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1967 | 1968 | 1969 | 1970 | 1971 | 1972 | 1973 | 1974 | 1975 | 1976 | 1977 | 1978 | 1979 | 1980 | 1981 | 1982 | 1983 | 1984 | 1985 | 1986 | 1987 | 1988 | 1989 | 1990 | 1991 | 1992 | 1993 | 1994 | 1995 | 1996 | 1997 | 1998 | 1999 | 2000 | 2001 | 2002

1967

Appointment of Local Architect to HSC (August 18, 1967)
International Studies Program (August 28, 1967)
HSC Housing Shortage (August 30, 1967)
Football Practice - Opening Day (September 1, 1967)
New Director of Center for Community Development (September 7, 1967)
1967 Football Season Tickets (September 8, 1967)
HSC Football Season Tickets (September 12, 1967)
Redwood Bowl Rehabilitation (September 12, 1967)
Extension Courses in Business Management (September 12, 1967)
Louis Armstrong Concert (September 12, 1967)
HSC Child Development Laboratory (September 12, 1967)
Bank of America Extended Hours (September 12, 1967)
HSC Lumberjacks vs. Eastern Washington State (September 13, 1967)
College Elementary School - Class Hours (September 13, 1967)
Frosh Camp at Humboldt State (September 14, 1967)
Experimental Pass-Fail Grading System (September 15, 1967)
Student Housing Shortage (September 15, 1967)
Federal Career Day (September 15, 1967)
Fall Registration at HSC (September 15, 1967)
New Faculty and Staff (September 19, 1967)
Chorale Rehearsal (September 20, 1967)
Cross Country Workouts (September 20, 1967)
Registration Figures (September 22, 1967)
Armstrong Concert Cancelled (September 25, 1967)
Whitworth - HSC Game (September 25, 1967)
Extension Courses (September 26, 1967)
Advisory Board Reappointments (September 26, 1967)
New Range Management Curriculum (September 26, 1967)
State Welfare Director to Speak in Eureka (September 29, 1967)
Dave Brubeck Quartet (September 29, 1967)
Redwood National Park Seminar (October 3, 1967)
HSC Vice President Turner Resigns (October 3, 1967)
Drug Forum (October 3, 1967)
President's Reception (October 3, 1967)
Fall Enrollment (October 5, 1967)
Hayward Game (October 5, 1967)
Nursing Scholarships Awarded (October 5, 1967)
Greek Week (October 5, 1967)
Tutorial Program (October 9, 1967)
KHSC Resumes Broadcasting (October 9, 1967)
Nobel Prize Winner to Visit (October 9, 1967)
Sacramento State Game (October 10, 1967)
Federal Career Day (October 11, 1967)
Water Polo versus Chico State (October 11, 1967)
RNP Seminar (October 11, 1967)
Eshleman to 1967 Hall of Fame (October 13, 1967)
Cross Country at Chico (October 13, 1967)
Water Polo vs. UCD (October 17, 1967)
Chamber Music (October 17, 1967)
Football, U. of Hawaii (October 17, 1967)
Homecoming Queens + Schedule of Event (October 18, 1967)
Teach-In (October 18, 1967)
Deans' Conference (October 18, 1967)
Football, Cal Aggies (October 23, 1967)
Sculpture Course (October 23, 1967)
Spaghetti Feed (October 23, 1967)
"The Association" (October 23, 1967)
Homecoming Parade (October 24, 1967)
Tulip Tea (October 25, 1967)
Cross Country (October 25, 1967)
Alumni Banquet (October 25, 1967)
Water Polo (October 25, 1967)
Dads Day (October 30, 1967)
Plant Hormone Expert to Speak (October 30, 1967)
Visiting Lecturer in French (October 31, 1967)
United Nations Concert (October 31, 1967)
Arab Speaker (October 31, 1967)
NSF Grants Program (November 1, 1967)
Bottle Collection at HSC (November 1, 1967)
Water Polo (November 1, 1967)
Cross Country (November 1, 1967)
Tuttle to Nationals (November 1, 1967)
Book Fair (November 6, 1967)
Football w/University of Nevada (November 6, 1967)
Photography Lecture (November 7, 1967)
FWC Water Polo Tournament (November 7, 1967)
Lending Discussion (November 7, 1967)
Drug Forum (November 7, 1967)
Israeli Consul General (November 7, 1967)
Cross Country November 8, 1967)
Oceanography Report (November 8, 1967)
Nobel Prize Winner (November 10, 1967)
Physicist's Lecture (November 10, 1967)
Piano Recital (November 10, 1967)
Folk Dance Workshop (November 10, 1967)
Rivalry Axe (November 10, 1967)
Dad of the Year (November 10, 1967)
Football at Chico (November 13, 1967)
Drug Forum Speaker (November 14, 1967)
Reading of "J.B." (November 15, 1967)
Sno Ball (November 17, 1967)
Football, HSC versus USF (November 20, 1967)
McKinleyville Research Report (November 20, 1967)
Chamber Music (November 22, 1967)
Chamber Opera (November 22, 1967)
Auto Shop Instruction Aids (November 29, 1967)
Dec-A-Door Contest (November 29, 1967)
Basketball Season Opener (November 28, 1967)
Swedish Journalist Visits HSC (November 29, 1967)
Canada Goose Article (November 28, 1967)
Final Grading Experiment (December 1, 1967)
Arcata Community Concert (December 1, 1967)
Spurs Starlighting (December 1, 1967)
McKinleyville Area Research Series December 4, 1967)
Outstanding Student Awards (December 4, 1967)
President Siemens (State Consti.) (December 4, 1967)
Policy on Student Dissent (December 4, 1967)
Trustee Visits HSC (December 5, 1967)
Basketball Versus OTI (December 5, 1967)
Art Sale and Auction (December 6, 1967)
"Sing" at HSC (December 6, 1967)
Home Decoration Course (December 8, 1967)
Policy on Public Expression (December 8, 1967)
Louis Armstrong at HSC (December 11, 1967)
Lumberjacks Face Four Game Trip (December 11, 1967)
Extension Course in Sociology (December 12, 1967)
Christmas Concert and Assembly (December 12, 1967)
C. of C. Committee on Higher Education (December 14,
Alumni Christmas Party (December 14, 1967)
Extension Course in Geography (December 14, 1967)
New Physician at Health Center (December 14, 1967)
Architect Appointed for HSC Buildings (December 15, 1967)
Women's Conference (December 19, 1967)
Extension Course in Gunsmithing (December 19, 1967)
Registration for Winter Quarter (December 19, 1967)
Extension Course in Chinese (December 21, 1967)
Better Business Letters (December 21, 1967)
Haight-Ashbury Physician to Speak (December 21, 1967)
New Degree Program in Asian Studies (December 22, 1967)
Forestry Research Grant (December 22, 1967)
Course in Human Relations in Business (December 22, 1967)
Evening Registration (December 27, 1967)
Religion in Civilization Course (December 27, 1967)
Methods of Teaching Foreign Languages (December 27, 1967)
Drug Forum Lecturer (December 27, 1967)
Sorority Rush Orientation Party (December 29, 1967)
Evening Real Estate Courses (December 29, 1967)

1968

Registration, Winter Quarter (January 3, 1968)
Armstrong Concert Set (January 5, 1968)
Speech Tournament Held (January 8, 1968)
HSC Cagers Face Two Game Weekend (January 9, 1968)
Administrators to Meet with CES PTA (January 10, 1968)
HSC Oceanography Program (January 16, 1968)
Drug Forum Open Discussion (January 16, 1968)
Chamber Singers on Tour (January 16, 1968)
HSC Oceanographer on Marine Science Committee (January 16, 1968)
Home Decoration Extension Course (January 17, 1968)
Belotti Receives HSC Award (January 17, 1968)
Extension Course in Gardening (January 17, 1968)
Extension Course in Photography (January 17, 1968)
Director of Veterans Affairs to Speak (January 17, 1968)
Volcano Expert to Lecture (January 18, 1968)
Music Prof on Judging Panel (January 18, 1968)
Sing at HSC (January 18, 1968)
Circle K Funds to Easter Seal (January 23, 1968)
Chamber Music (January 23, 1968)
Women's Conference (January 23, 1968)
NSF Grant Awarded for Study of Grasses (January 24, 1968)
Vandalism at Fish Hatchery (January 24, 1968)
Faculty Support Grants Announced (January 26, 1968)
Song Tour to Rural Communities (January 29, 1968)
Wildlife Conclave Set for HSC (January 30, 1968)
Trustee to Speak at HSC (January 30, 1968)
Auction at Corporation Yard (January 30, 1968)
Telcon re Drug Forum (January 31, 1968)
Math Student Feature (January 31, 1968)
Pix-Gast and CSC Consultative Comm. Marine Science Programs (February 1, 1968)
Opera Workshop (February 6, 1968)
School Children to Attend Play (February 6, 1968)
Fifth Dimension (February 6, 1968)
Conference on Status of Women (February 9, 1968)
HSC Math Student Honored (February 9, 1968)
Graphic Design Exhibit (February 9, 1968)
HSC Gun Collection (February 9, 1968)
Song Tour to Rural Communities Rescheduled (February 13, 1968)
Vista to Visit HSC (February 13, 1968)
High School Leadership Conference (February 13, 1968)
Book Display (February 13, 1968)
Theater Arts Summer Institutes (February 19, 1968)
Chamber Music Program (February 19, 1968)
Popera (February 19, 1968)
Alumni Crab Feed (February 19, 1968)
Fifth Dimension Concert (February 19, 1968)
Alumni Crab Feed (Corrected) February 22, 1968)
Film Lecture (February 22, 1968)
Caption (February 26, 1968)
New Residence Complex Named (February 26, 1968)
Deadlines for Financial Aid (February 28, 1968)
Books Viet Nam Project (February 28, 1968)
Cooperative Fishery Unit (February 28, 1968)
Final Enrollment Figures (March 1, 1968)
Math Tournament (March 1, 1968)
Faculty Promotions Announced (March 1, 1968)
Symphonic Band Concert (March 1, 1968)
Art Gallery Exhibit (March 5, 1968)
Mother's Day Planned (March 5, 1968)
Experimental Buildings (March 5, 1968)
Mother's Day Pic (March 5, 1968)
Ocean Resources Research Group (March 5, 1968)
Young People's Concert (March 6, 1968)
Lumberjack Marching Band (March 6, 1968)
Books Vietnam Collection Points (March 6, 1968)
Purchasing Seminar (March 7, 1968)
Chorale and Brass Ensembles (March 7, 1968)
Generation Gap Conference (March 11, 1968)
Poster Auction (March 11, 1968)
Registration for Spring Quarter (March 12, 1968)
Who's Who Recipients Named (March 12, 1968)
Purchasing Seminar Speakers (March 12, 1968)
Hispanic America Extension Course (March 12, 1968)
Fortuna Political Science Course (March 12, 1968)
Social-Intellectual History Extension Course (March 12, 1968)
Extension Course in Social Change (March 14, 1968)
American Foreign Policy Extension Course (March 14, 1968)
Extension Course on Leisure (March 14, 1968)
Mime Performance (March 14, 1968)
Delta Sigma Phi Open House (March 18, 1968)
Purchasing Seminar (March 18, 1968)
Generation Gap Conference (March 19, 1968)
Outstanding Professor Award Nominee (March 19, 1968)
Kite Flying Marathon (March 20, 1968)
Evening Real Estate Courses (March 20, 1968)
Folkdance Workshop (March 20, 1968)
Sitar and Tabla Concert (March 20, 1968)
Summer Session Bulletin (March 20, 1968)
Housing Shortage (March 21, 1968)
Crescent City Extension Courses (March 21, 1968)
Funds for CCD (March 21, 1968)
See Grant College Prospects (March 25, 1968)
Student Art Show (March 26, 1968)
Religion and Culture Course (March 26, 1968)
Breadwinner's Cookery (March 26, 1968)
Chamber Music (March 26, 1968)
Clarinet Recital (March 29, 1968)
Registration for CES (March 29, 1968)
Books to Jamaica Project (March 29, 1968)
Piano-Saxophone Duet Concert (March 29, 1968)
Vice President Appointed (March 29, 1968)
Drum Major Tryouts (April 2, 1968)
Kite Flying Marathon (April 2, 1968)
Harpers Bizarre (April 2, 1968)
King Memorial Services (April 5, 1968)
Artist Series to be Televised (April 8, 1968)
Woman Astronomer to Lecture (April 8, 1968)
Connaughton as Visiting Scientist (April 8, 1968)
Chancellor's Visit (April 9, 1968)
College Librarian Appointed (April 9, 1968)
Lumberjack Editor (April 9, 1968)
Blown Glass Exhibit and Lecture (April 9, 1968)
Harpers Bizarre (April 12, 1968)
Native Trees and Shrubs Course (April 12, 1968)
Winners of Mathematics Tournament (Series 16) (April 15, 1968)
Connaughton as Visiting Scientist (April 16, 1968)
Associate Dean of Students Appointed (April 16, 1968)
Film Festival (April 16, 1968)
Wildlife Conclave (April 16, 1968)
Parliamentary Debates (April 16, 1968)
Yugoslavian Folk Dancers (April 16, 1968)
Ford Automotive Parts Donated (April 16, 1968)
Del Norte Concert (April 17, 1968)
Interaction Discussion (April 17. 1968)
Upward Bound Funds (April 19, 1968)
Chamber Music (April 19. 1968)
Collegiate Presidential Primary (April 19, 1968)
Visiting Physicist to Lecture (April 22, 1968)
Home Ec Convention (April 22, 1968)
Marching Lumberjack Leaders (April 22, 1968)
Choir Concert (April 23, 1968)
Yugoslavian Folk Ensemble (April 25, 1968)
CES Students' Car Wash (April 25, 1968)
Business Tournament (April 25, 1968)
Vocal Recital (April 26, 1968)
Redway Concert (April 26, 1968)
Festival of the Arts (April 29, 1968)
Parliamentary Debate (April 29, 1968)
Alpha Phi Omega Charter (April 29, 1968)
Forestry Conclave (May 1, 1968)
Folk Dance Workshop (May 1, 1968)
Alumni-Faculty Recognition Dinner (May 2, 1968)
Hollis Named Who's Who (May 3, 1968)
Buchanan Retirement (May 3, 1968)
Easter Seal Contribution (May 3, 1968)
Northcoast Shrubs and Trees (May 3, 1968)
Alumni-Faculty Recognition Dinner - Public Service Announcement (May 6, 1968)
Parliamentary Debate (May 6, 1968)
String Concert (May 6, 1968)
Student Vocal Recital (May 6, 1968)
Saxophone Lecture - Recital (May 6, 1968)
Physics Day (May 7, 1968)
Planner Appointed (May 7, 1968)
Lumberjack Days (May 7 1968)
Forestry Club Fire Crew (May 9, 1968)
Rock Concert (May 9, 1968)
Co-Educational Visitation Trial (May 9, 1968)
Ewigleben Resignation (May 10, 1968)
Wildlife Technical Session (May 10, 1968)
Conference on Rural Youth (May 13, 1968)
Opera Workshop (May 13, 1968)
Distinguished Teacher Awards (May 13, 1968)
Mobile Home Park Survey (Ma 13, 1968)
Student Body Election (May 13, 1968)
Kinetic Sculptor to Lecture (May 13, 1968)
Presidential Scholars List (May 16, 1968)
ASB Election Results (May 16, 1968)
Charles R. Barnum History Awards (May 16, 1968)
Industrial Arts Convention (May 16, 1968)
Art Fellowship Recipient (May 16, 1968)
Watson Named Distinguished Teacher (May 17, 1968)
Final Chamber Music Concert (May 17, 1968)
Symphony Concert (May 17, 1968)
Gift of Ancient Documents (May 17, 1968)
Survey on Status of Women (May 20, 1968)
Indian Artifacts Display (May 20, 1968)
Water Show (May 20, 1968)
Siemens to Meet on Constitution Commission (May 20, 1968)
Aerospace Workshop (May 20, 1968)
Nightingale Ceremony (May 23, 1968)
Conference on Rural Youth (May 23, 1968)
Commencement Speaker (May 24, 1968)
Centrex Telephone Exchange (May 27, 1968)
Realtor's Scholarship (May 27, 1968)
Faculty Officers (May 27, 1968)
Research Program Winner (May 27, 1968)
Student Composers' Concert (May 29, 1968)
Sea Grant College Chief to Visit (May 29, 1968)
Father and Son Grads (June 4, 1968)
Aerospace Workshop (June 4, 1968)
Longshore Research on Rocks (June 4, 1968)
Commencement Ceremonies (June 4, 1968)
Florence Nightingale Award (June 4, 1968)
Medical Technologist Award (June 5, 1968)
Business Merit Award (June 5, 1968)
ITV Course (June 6, 1968)
Physical Fitness Course (June 12, 1968)
Library Science Course (June 3, 1968)
Dean's Appointment (June 13, 1968)
Books on Exhibit (June 13, 1968)
President's Global Trip (June 14, 1968)
Theater Arts Institute (June 14, 1968)
Library Science Course (June 18, 1968)
Physical Fitness Course (June 18, 1968)
Custodial Workshop (June 21, 1968)
Kindergarten Workshop (June 21, 1968)
Conservation Symposium (June 25, 1968)
Centrex Nears Completion (June 28, 1968)
Outstanding Professor Award (June 28, 1968)
Aerospace Workshop Speaker (July 2, 1968)
Grant for Science Improvement (July 9, 1968)
Teachers Converse with Computers (July 9, 1968)
Memphis Discussion (July 15, 1968)
Summer Session Enrollment (July 15, 1968)
International Program Travelers (July 19, 1968)
Centrex Final Phase (July 19, 1968)
Constitution Revision Commission (July 31, 1968)
Books on Exhibit (August 4, 1968)
Centrex System in Effect (August 4, 1968)
Summer Session Commencement Speaker (August 5, 1968)
Chamber Music Workshop Opens (August 5, 1968)
Social Agencies Workshop (August 7, 1968)
Summer Session Commencement (August 13, 1968)
Student Housing Needs (August 13, 1968)
Appointment of Dean for Administrative Affairs (August 14, 1968)
Fall Quarter Registration (August 26, 1968)
Management Extension Course (August 26, 1968)
Frosh Week Events (August 26, 1968)
Athletic Field Project Begun (August 28, 1968)
Power Outage (August 28, 1968)
ITV Course for Humboldt and Del Norte Teachers (August 29, 1968)
ITV Course for Humboldt and Del Norte Teachers (September 5, 1968)
Fall Schedule for CES (September 5, 1968)
Anderson Bonsai Collection (September 6, 1968)
Campus Housing Shortage (September 13, 1968)
Frosh Camp Opens (September 13, 1968)
Mobile Home Survey (September 13, 1968)
YES Orientation Meeting (September 18, 1968)
Humboldt Chorale Rehearsal (September 18, 1968)
Evening Engineering Courses (September 18, 1968)
Extension Courses Geography and Advertising (September 18, 1968)
New HSC Faculty (September 20, 1968)
4000th Student Registers at HSC (September 23, 1968)
New Plant Operations Chief Named (September 25, 1968)
Testing for Women (September 25, 1968)
Alumni Association Student Body Cards (September 25, 1968)
Reserved Parking Areas for HSC Football Games (September 25, 1968)
Conversational French Extension Course (September 25, 1968)
Extension Course in Advertising (September 26, 1968)
Public Service Announcement (3) - CES (September 26, 1968)
History and Education Extension Course (September 26, 1968)
Del Norte Extension Courses (September 30, 1968)
Marching Lumberjacks Premier (October 4, 1968)
Middle East Extension Course (October 4, 1968)
HSC Homecoming '68 (October 4, 1968)
Bureau of Indian Affairs Teacher Recruitment (October 4, 1968)
Mom and Dad's Day (October 4, 1968)
President's Reception (October 4, 1968)
Ferndale Art Course (October 7, 1968)
Hoopa Town Meetings (October 7, 1968)
President Siemens at World Conference (October 7, 1968)
Faculty Art Exhibition (October 8, 1968)
Alumni Homecoming Banquet (October 9, 1968)
Hoopa Town Hall Meeting (October 9, 1968)
Bids Called for Construction of Science Addition (October 11, 1968)
Margen Lecture on Nutrition (October 11, 1968)
Fall Enrollment Statistics (October 11, 1968)
Alumni Homecoming Banquet (October 11, 1968)
Glenn Yarbrough Concert (October 11, 1968)
Faculty Vocal Recital (October 14, 1968)
Hoopa Town Meeting (October 16, 1968)
Scuba Diving Extension Course (October 16, 1968)
Homecoming Queen Candidates and Schedule (October 16, 1968)
Scholarship Winner Named (October 17, 1968)
Testing for Women (October 17, 1968)
ASB Election Results (October 17, 1968)
International Programs Director to Speak (October 18, 1968)
Glenn Yarbrough Concert (October 21, 1968)
Chamber Music Concert (October 21, 1968)
Art Exhibition for Children (October 21, 1968)
Homecoming Banquet (October 22, 1968)
Joint Concert Set (October 22, 1968)
Homecoming Parade (October 23, 1968)
High School Forensics Workshop (October 23, 1968)
Athletic Playing Field Progress (October 24, 1968)
Nursery School Enrollments (October 28, 1968)
Enrollment Limitations (October 30, 1968)
Green and Gold Key Members Announced (October 30, 1968)
Readers Theater (October 30, 1968)
Rummage Sale for IK (October 30, 1968)
College President Urges Support of Both College Bond Issues (November 2, 1968)
Hoopa Town Meeting (November 4, 1968)
Northern Indian Classical Concert (November 5, 1968)
Indian Enrollment Meeting (November 5, 1968)
Bio-Sci Addition Low Bid (November 8, 1968)
HSC Limits Enrollments (November 8, 1968)
Fisheries Symposium Set (November 8, 1968)
Forestry Scholarship (November 8, 1968)
Sea Education Congress (November 12, 1968)
HSC President Meets with Sea Grant Task Force (November 12, 1968)
Sarod Concert (November 12, 1968)
United Nations Concert (November 12, 1968)
Indian Enrollment Meeting (November 13, 1968)
Admissions Application Deadline (November 13, 1968)
Ombudsman Sought (November 13, 1968)
Parks and Recreation Director Visits (November 14, 1968)
Fund Drive for Damaged Antique (November 15, 1968)
Chamber Music Concert (November 15, 1968)
High School Leadership Conference (November 15, 1968)
Danish Gym Team Performance (November 18, 1968)
HSC Prof on International Population Study Unit (November 18, 1968)
HSC Accepts Camellia Bowl Bid (November 20, 1968)
Academic Reorganization Set for September (November 21, 1968)
Circle K Food Drive (November 21, 1968)
HSC Students in RNP Dedication (November 21, 1968)
Low Bid for Field House Repair (November 21, 1968)
Danish Gym Team (November 22, 1968)
Admission Applications Deadline (November 22, 1968)
Christmas Formal (November 25, 1968)
Sprightly Music Program (November 26, 1968)
Holiday Dec-A-Door Contest and Open House (November 26, 1968)
Alumni Camellia Bowl Plans (November 27, 1968)
Spurs Starlighting (December 2, 1968)
Employment Opportunities for Women (December 2, 1968)
Camellia Bowl Tickets (December 2, 1968)
Hoopa Town Meeting (December 3, 1968)
Music Deans Visit (December 3, 1968)
Christmas Program (December 3, 1968)
Camellia Bowl (December 3, 1968)
Camellia Bowl Tickets (December 4, 1968)
YES Informational Meeting (December 4, 1968)
Musician to Lecture (December 4, 1968)
Revised Registration Dates for Winter Quarter (December 6, 1968)
Christmas Programs (December 9, 1968)
Sea Education Congress Speaker (December 10, 1968)
Christmas Gifts for Viet Nam Servicemen (December 10, 1968)
Christmas Art Sale and Auction (December 10, 1968)
Winter Quarter Registration (December 11, 1968)
International Programs (December 11, 1968)
Student Awards at Sno-Ball (December 12, 1968)
Introduction to Fisheries Course (December 13, 1968)
California Geography Course (December 17, 1968)
Women's Physical Fitness Class (December 17, 1968)
Extension Art Courses (December 18, 1968)
Calligraphy Extension Course (December 18, 1968)
Crescent City Extension Courses (December 18, 1968)
Extension Business Courses (December 18, 1968)
Indian Teacher Education Grant (December 19, 1968)
Ombudsman Applications (December 19, 1968)
French Conversation and Review Course (December 19, 1968)
Winter Quarter Registration (December 20, 1968)
Extension English Courses (December 23, 1968)
Oil Painting Extension Course (December 23, 1968)
International Programs Presentation (December 31, 1968)
Philosophy Extension Course (December 31, 1968)
Extension Scuba Course (December 31, 1968)
History and Art History Extension Course (December 31, 1968)
Mushroom Extension Course (December 31, 1968)

1969

Industrial Arts Extension Course (January 3, 1969)
Symphony Rehearsal (January 3, 1969)
Books on Exhibit (January 6, 1969)
Winter Quarter Registration (January 6, 1969)
Bio-Sci Building Contract Awarded (January 6, 1969)
HSC Foundation (January 8, 1969)
Job Opportunities for Women (January 8, 1969)
Ski Swap (January 8, 1969)
Y.E.S. Folk Concert (January 8, 1969)
Speech Tournament (January 8, 1969)
Statement on Aft Picket (January 9, 1969)
Vice President Lectures in Utah (January 9, 1969)
Gimbel Book Released (January 9, 1969)
Extension Business Course (January 10, 1969)
Student Housing Committee (January 10, 1969)
Modern Dance Concert (January 14, 1969)
Electronics Expert Appointed to Faculty (January 14, 1969)
Pottery Extension Course at South Fork (January 15, 1969)
President Confers with Labor Leaders (January 17, 1969)
Turkish Ambassador Visit (January 17, 1969)
Chief of Plant Operations Appointed (January 17, 1969)
Chamber Music Recital (January 20, 1969)
Flute-Keyboard Duo Concert (January 20, 1969)
Schuler Exhibition (January 21, 1969)
Orwell Reading (January 21, 1969)
Channing Club Folk Concert (January 22, 1969)
Fisheries and Wildlife Survey (January 22, 1969)
SLC New Members (January 23, 1969)
New Lumberjack Staff (January 23, 1969)
Job Opportunities for Women (January 23, 1969)
Conference on Status of Women (January 24, 1969)
Micro-Film Newspaper Files (January 24, 1969)
Tutor-Child Session (January 24, 1969)
C.U.B. Members Appointed (January 24, 1969)
Public Hearing on Foundation (January 24, 1969)
Review of Modern Dance Concert (January 24, 1969)
Flute-Keyboard Masters Concert (January 27, 1969)
Theologian-Author Visits (January 27, 1969)
Vice President Resigns (January 27, 1969)
Dedication Week (January 27, 1969)
Vice President Appointment (January 30, 1969)
Flute-Keyboard Duo Concert (January 31, 1969)
Financial Aid Available (January 31, 1969)
Prof Writes West Germany Radio Program (January 31, 1969)
Spring Quarter Enrollment (January 31, 1969)
Greek Week (January 31, 1969)
Student Musical Program (February 3, 1969)
Interior Decorating Course (February 3, 1969)
Veteran's Club Memorial Project (February 3, 1969)
Alumni Crab Feed (February 5, 1969)
Country and Western Concert (February 5, 1969)
Pop Concert (February 5, 1969)
Dedication of New Buildings (February 5, 1969)
Housing Expansion Proposed (February 5, 1969)
Spring Quarter Application Deadline (February 6, 1969)
Women's Conference (February 6, 1969)
Pop Concert (February 11, 1969)
Summer Institute for Science Students (February 12, 1969)
Caps (February 13, 1969)
Hoo-Hoo Club Scholarships (February 14, 1969)
Business Education Awards (February 14, 1969)
Opera Workshop (February 14, 1969)
Ski Club Movies (February 14, 1969)
IK Rummage Sale (February 14, 1969)
UCLA Chemistry Prof (February 17, 1969)
Folk Dancing Party (February 17, 1969)
Deadline for Returning Students (February 19, 1969)
Marty Robbins Concert (February 19, 1969)
Art Events for Dedication Week (February 19, 1969)
Who's Who Winners (February 20, 1969)
Chamber Music (February 20, 1969)
Alumni Officers (February 20, 1969)
Faculty and Students at Wildlife Meet (February 20, 1969)
Trustees' Award and Dedication Program (February 24, 1969)
Visual Sciences Expert (February 24, 1969)
Art Lecture (February 24, 1969)
Symphony Concert (February 25, 1969)
Symphonic Band Concert (February 25, 1969)
Art Exhibitions (February 25, 1969)
Experimental Films (February 25, 1969)
Children's Morning (February 25, 1969)
Special Student Program (February 26, 1969)
Faculty Chamber Music (February 26, 1969)
Crescent City Concert (February 26, 1969)
Marching Band Photos Sought (February 27, 1969)
Veterans Club Officers (February 27, 1969)
Instructional Materials Display (February 27, 1969)
Critique of Breeze and Moonlight (February 27, 1969)
Admissions Application Deadline (February 28, 1969)
Choral and Chamber Music (February 28, 1969)
Pickup for Sale (March 3, 1969)
CSC Board of Trustees Meeting (March 3, 1969)
Caps (March 3, 1969)
Faculty Convocation (March 4, 1969)
College Union Drawings Approved (March 5, 1969)
Chamber Music Concert (March 5, 1969)
Real Estate Speaker (March 6, 1969)
Mature Women Meeting (March 7, 1969)
Bio-Sci Addition Construction Begun (March 11, 1969)
Crescent City Extension Courses (March 13, 1969)
Summer Session Catalog (March 14, 1969)
Forestry Conclave (March 14, 1969)
Veterans Club Scholarship Fund Drive (March 14, 1969)
Chamber Music Program (March 14, 1969)
Extension Courses (March 17, 1969)
Photography Extension Course (March 18, 1969)
Extension Course in Science (March 18, 1969)
Extension Course in Geography (March 18, 1969)
Gunsmithing Extension Course (March 18, 1969)
Extension Course in Auto Mechanics (March 18, 1969)
Extension Courses in French (March 18, 1969)
Extension Courses in Fortuna (March 18, 1969)
Women's Physical Fitness Extension Course (March 19, 1969)
Scuba Extension Course (March 19, 1969)
Auto Electrician Training (March 21, 1969)
Spring Quarter Registration (March 24, 1969)
Faculty Promotions (March 25, 1969)
Marching Lumberjacks (March 26, 1969)
Extension Course in Psychology (March 26, 1969)
New Engineering Program Approved (March 27, 1969)
Conquest of Cancer Program (March 27, 1969)
Chamber Singers Tour (March 27, 1969)
Extension Course in Sociology of Religion (March 27, 1969)
Course for Teachers of Drivers Ed (March 27, 1969)
Fisheries Prof to Egypt (March 28, 1969)
French Library Acquisitions (March 28, 1969)
Fourth Graders' Show (March 28, 1969)
Extension Course in Personnel Management (March 28, 1969)
Day of Mourning (March 28, 1969)
Native Trees of Nor-Cal (April 2, 1969)
CAPS (April 2, 1969)
Folk-Rock Concert (April 3, 1969)
First Biology Colloquium (April 3, 1969)
Lumberjack Days (April 3, 1969)
Faculty Art Exhibition (April 3, 1969)
Schuler Commissioned for Santa Rosa Art (April 3, 1969)
Berry Paintings to Collectors (April 3, 1969)
Women's Physical Fitness Class (April 3, 1969)
Extension Education Course (April 3, 1969)
International Programs Speakers (April 4, 1969)
Pottery Workshop in Miranda (April 4, 1969)
Workshop on Instructional Devices (April 4, 1969)
Students Selected for Study Abroad (April 8, 1969)
"Help Hold Up California" (April 8, 1969)
Visiting Scientist in Forestry (April 8, 1969)
Extension Course in Real Estate (April 8, 1969)
Land and Water Pollution Lecture (April 9, 1969)
Scuba Course Openings (April 9, 1969)
Alumni Banquet (April 9, 1969)
Extension Course in Science Education (April 9, 1969)
Federal Laws on Campus Disruption (April 10, 1969)
Hall of Fame Winner (April 10, 1969)
CES Enrollment Applications (April 10, 1969)
Physicist-Lecturer (April 10, 1969)
Meditator to Speak (April 11, 1969)
Water Safety Instruction Retraining (April 11, 1969)
Fort Bragg Student on Pres. List of Scholars (April 11, 1969)
Forestry Conclave (April 15, 1969)
Bids for Founders Hall Remodeling (April 16, 1969)
Student Wives Club (April 17, 1969)
Violence Seminar (April 17, 1969)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament (April 17, 1969)
"Forgiveness Week" (April 17, 1969)
Forensics Tournament Winners Announced (April 17, 1969)
Reader's Theater (April 17, 1969)
Soprano Recital (April 17, 1969)
Alumni Who's Who (April 17, 1969)
Kite Marathon Winners (April 17, 1969)
Grassroots Concert (April 18, 1969)
Meditators Movie (April 18, 1969)
Forestry Conclave Scores (April 21, 1969)
Alumni Banquet to Honor Retiree (April 21, 1969)
Lumberjack Days Schedule (April 21, 1969)
Chamber Singers Concert (April 21, 1969)
Deans Appointed (April 21, 1969)
Synectics Course for Teachers (April 22, 1969)
Summer Session Open to Oregon Residents (April 22, 1969)
Housing Administrators Conference (April 24, 1969)
Parking During Lumberjack Days Events (April 24, 1969)
Chamber Music Program (April 24, 1969)
Meditator's Lecture (April 24, 1969)
Aerospace Education Workshop (April 24, 1969)
Econ Prof to Summer Seminar (April 24, 1969)
HSC Team Wins Wildlife Contest (April 24, 1969)
Speech and Hearing Presentation (April 26, 1969)
Tulip Tea (April 29, 1969)
Spring Concert (April 29, 1969)
Rock Climber Lecture and Film (April 29, 1969)
Photo Art Exhibition (April 30, 1969)
Green and Gold Key Members (May 1, 1969)
Assistant Personnel Analyst Sought (May 1, 1969)
Stress Instrument Built by Student (May 1, 1969)
Middle East Topic for Lecture (May 1, 1969)
Field Seminars in Natural Resources (May 2, 1969)
Crisis Intervention (May 2, 1969)
Model UN Delegation (May 2, 1969)
Von Humboldt Exhibit (May 2, 1969)
Philippine Dance Movie (May 2, 1969)
Short Summer Courses in Natural Resources (May 5, 1969)
Caps (May 5, 1969)
Soprano Recital (May 6, 1969)
Water Show (May 6, 1969)
Symphonic Band Concert (May 7, 1969)
Five Additional Students Named to Study Aborad (May 8, 1969)
Graduate Program in Rapid Growth (May 8, 1969)
Love, Sex and Marriage (May 9, 1969)
Elijah Concert (May 12, 1969)
Commencement (May 12, 1969)
Sacramento Gathering for HSC Alumni (May 13, 1969)
Modern Dance Concert (May 13, 1969)
Bassoonist Featured in Concert (May 13, 1969)
Constitution Revision Commission Report (May 13, 1969)
Sacramento Gathering for HSC Alumni (May 14, 1969)
Piano Recital (May 14, 1969)
General Faculty Officers Elected (May 14, 1969)
Water Show (May 16, 1969)
Winds and Percussion Concert (May 16, 1969)
Boss of the Year Award (May 19, 1969)
ASB Election (May 19, 1969)
Real Estate Scholarship (May 19, 1969)
ASB Veep Elected (May 21, 1969)
Bach's Brandenburg Concertos (May 21, 1969)
Nursery School Applications Taken (May 23, 1969)
Research and Creative Activity Grants (May 26, 1969)
Distinguished Teaching Awards (May 26, 1969)
Auction (May 27, 1969)
Schuler Nominated for Outstanding Prof Awards (May 28, 1969)
Student Art Exhibition (May 28, 1969)
ITEP Participants (May 29, 1969)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament (May 29, 1969)
Commencement (June 2, 1969)
Poetry Contest Winners Revealed (June 3, 1969)
Vice President Appointed (June 3, 1969)
Ombudsman Appointed (June 3, 1969)
Books on Exhibit (June 4, 1969)
NBEA Award (June 4, 1969)
Single Parent Family Conference (June 4, 1969)
Summer Session (June 5, 1969)
"Small Kid" Program for Preschoolers (Kathleen) (June 5, 1969)
Schuler Nominated for Outstanding Prof Award (June 6, 1969)
Caps (June 9, 1969)
Distinguished Service Awards (June 7, 1969)
Barnum History Awards (June 9, 1969)
Foreign Language Student (June 9, 1969)
Deans Appointed (June 10, 1969)
Wildlife Prof's Publications (June 10, 1969)
Commencement Honors (June 10, 1969)
Concord Man Receives Degree (June 11, 1969)
Funds for CCD Sought (June 12, 1969)
Educators Workshop (June 12, 1969)
Founders Hall Remodeling (June 19, 1969)
Angling Workshop (June 19, 1969)
CES Summer School Admissions Close (June 19, 1969)
Faculty Housing Sought (June 19, 1969)
Upward Bound Project (June 26, 1969)
Sims Movie (June 25, 1969)
Teacher-Counselor Workshop (July 1, 1969)
Gourmet Cooking Workshop (July 1, 1969)
Oceanography Program Featured (July 1, 1969)
Weott Youth to Yale Summer School (July 2, 1969)
Housing Needed for Students (July 2, 1969)
Natural Resources Institutes (July 2, 1969)
NSF Sea Grant Announced (July 2, 1969)
Senior Citizen Day (July 2, 1969)
College Union Funding (July 2, 1969)
Secretarial Vacancies (July 3, 1969)
Ombudsman Assumes Post (July 9, 1969)
ITEP Group Helps with CES Summer School (July 9, 1969)
Jackson to Join IRS Summer Program (July 10, 1969)
Model Spillway Project (July 11, 1969)
Crown Zellerback Foundation Scholarship (July 16, 1969)
Library Receives Grant (July 16, 1969)
KEET Programs (July 18, 1969)
Physical Fitness Course for Women (July 18, 1969)
Upward Bound Exchange Visit (July 18, 1969)
Gourmet Cooking Workshop (July 25, 1969)
Real Estate Price Study (July 28, 1969)
Faculty Housing Needed (July 28, 1969)
Continuance of Center for Community Development (July 29, 1969)
Public Opinion Workshop (July 30, 1969)
Annual Chamber Music Workshop Begins (August 5, 1969)
CES Academic Calendar (August 13, 1969)
Conservation Education Conference (August 13, 1969)
Botanical Congress Visitors (August 13, 1969)
Personnel Officer Appointed (August 18, 1969)
President at AASCU Council (August 18, 1969)
Alumni Activities Cards (August 22, 1969)
Administration Assistants Vacancies (August 22, 1969)
Ombudsman Establishes Office (August 22, 1969)
Caption (August 22, 1969)
Business Management Extension Courses (August 29, 1969)
Short-Term Loan Funds Needed (August 29, 1969)
Law Enforcement Education Financial Aid (September 2, 1969)
Faculty Seek Housing (September 3, 1969)
Josh White, Jr. Concert (September 3, 1969)
Schedule for College Elementary School (September 4, 1969)
Dean Appointed for School of Business and Economics (September 4, 1969)
Registration for Fall Quarter (September 12, 1969)
Business Management Extension Courses (September 12, 1969)
Josh White, Jr. Concert (September 15, 1969)
HSC Reaches Capacity Enrollment (September 16, 1969)
Student Housing Needed (September 19, 1969)
Psychology Extension Course (September 19, 1969)
Film Society (September 22, 1969)
Strahan Appointment (September 22, 1969)
Von Humboldt Film (September 23, 1969)
Chamber Music Opener (September 23, 1969)
Humboldt Chorale Rehearsal (September 23, 1969)
Nursing Faculty Attend Conference (September 24, 1969)
Public Auction (September 24, 1969)
Von Humboldt Film (September 26, 1969)
Meditators' Lecture (September 26, 1969)
President Siemens Interview on KEET-TV (September 26, 1969)
Gem and Mineral Display at College Library (September 26, 1969)
Gem and Mineral Display Pic (photo caption) (September 26, 1969)
Historical Geography Course (October 1, 1969)
Josh White, Jr. Concert (October 1, 1969)
Extension Course on Short Story (October 1, 1969)
Political Science Extension Course (October 1, 1969)
Extension Course in Real Estate (October 1, 1969)
On-Campus Housing Vacancies (October 2, 1969)
Alumni Association Plans Events for Homecoming (October 2, 1969)
Geophysicist Lecture (October 3, 1969)
Parsons on Pike Foundation Board (October 3, 1969)
Carlotta Student Recognized as 5000th Registrant (October 3, 1969)
Alumni Plans for Homecoming (October 8, 1969)
Faculty Art Show (October 9, 1969)
Homecoming Schedule (October 9, 1969)
Academic Affairs Staff Announced (October 9, 1969)
President's Reception (photo caption) (October 10, 1969)
President's Reception (October 10, 1969)
Band Day During Homecoming (October 10, 1969)
KHSC-FM Resumes Broadcasting (October 10, 1969)
Yarbrough Concert (October 13, 1969)
Keating Lecture (October 14, 1969)
YES Folk Rock Concert (October 14, 1969)
Frosh Camp (October 14, 1969)
Scholarship Presentation (Roberts) (photo caption) (October 17, 1969)
Wrestling Clinic (October 17, 1969)
Phi Mu Fund Drive for USS Hope (October 17, 1969)
Back to School Night at CES (October 17, 1969)
Homecoming Queen Candidates (October 17, 1969)
Homecoming Parade (October 21, 1969)
Indian Troupe (October 21, 1969)
Information for International Programs Available (October 21, 1969)
Glenn Yarbrough Concert (October 21, 1969)
Homecoming Schedule (October 22, 1969)
Lunar Geology Lectures (October 22, 1969)
Chamber Music (October 22, 1969)
Print Exhibit (October 23, 1969)
Memorial Fund for Speech and Hearing Center (October 23, 1969)
ARA Constitutional Signatories Exhibit (October 23, 1969)
CES Teacher Text Evaluator (October 23, 1969)
Green and Gold Key Inductees (October 27, 1969)
Siemens Appointed Chairman of College Pres. Council (October 29, 1969)
Nobel Prize-Winning Physicist (October 29, 1969)
Faculty Pianist Recital (October 29, 1969)
Nursing Scholarships Awarded (October 29, 1969)
Allstate Foundation Scholarship Award. Pres. Siemens-Const. Revision Comm. (photo caption) (October 29, 1969)
Gerrish Library Textbook Presentation (photo caption) (October 31, 1969)
Wildlife Prof. on Outdoor Writers Committee (October 31, 1969)
Portraits Exhibit (November 3, 1969)
Counseling the College Bound Workshop (November 3, 1969)
Yarbrough Concert (November 3, 1969)
Wrestling Clinic (November 3, 1969)
Lab School Institute (November 4, 1969)
Meditators' Film and Lecture (November 4, 1969)
Lodi High School Graduates Enroll as Freshmen (November 4, 1969)
Chamber Singers-Symphonic Band Concert (November 5, 1969)
Admissions for Fall Quarter (November 6, 1969)
Keating Lecture (November 7, 1969)
Poetry Readings (November 7, 1969)
Peace Corps Representatives Visit (November 7, 1969)
Student Research During Deer Hunt (November 7, 1969)
Political Science Lecturer (November 10, 1969)
Indian Legal Services (November 10, 1969)
Sociology Prof to AAUP Post (November 11, 1969)
Manila Community Meeting (November 11, 1969)
Associated Student Body Funds (November 11, 1969)
Faculty Recital (November 12, 1969)
Humboldt State Symphony (November 12, 1969)
Thai Student (November 13, 1969)
USAF Recruiter Visit (November 13, 1969)
Winter Quarter Registration (November 13, 1969)
Sims Lecture (November 14, 1969)
Congressman to Visit (November 18, 1969)
HSC Employees Identification Cards (November 18, 1969)
Hong Kong Student (November 19, 1969)
Chamber Music Program (November 19, 1969)
CSEA Chapter Scholarship Winner (November 19, 1969)
Administrative Aid for Business Manager (November 19, 1969)
Intercollegiate Knights (November 21, 1969)
Arcata Housing Report (November 21, 1969)
Research in Antlerless Deer Hunt (November 21, 1969)
Founders Hall Remodeling (November 21, 1969)
Speaker on Cuba (November 21, 1969)
YES Seeks Tutor Volunteers (November 25, 1969)
Faculty Art Show (November 25, 1969)
Chamber Music (November 25, 1969)
Prof Named to IRS Seminar (November 25, 1969)
Chamber Music Program (November 25, 1969)
Rafferty Visit for Talks on Hoopa Language Program (December 1, 1969)
Bluegrass Music Concert (December 1, 1969)
Bids for Women's Playing Field (December 1, 1969)
Astronomer Lectures (December 2, 1969)
Business Club Canned Food Drive (December 3, 1969)
23rd Annual Arcata Community Christmas Program (December 3, 1969)
Annual Christmas Assembly (December 3, 1969)
Foreign Student from Korea (December 4, 1969)
Society of American Foresters Grants Affiliated Status (December 4, 1969)
Art Extension Courses for Winter Quarter (December 5, 1969)
Preliminary Report Data on Antlerless Deer Hunt (December 5, 1969)
Annual Christmas Art Sale and Auction (December 5, 1969)
Spurs Starlighting (December 5, 1969)
Student Awards at Sno-Ball (December 6, 1969)
Social Perception Study (December 8, 1969)
CES Christmas Tree Festival (December 8, 1969)
Business Administration Courses (December 9, 1969)
Art Sale and Auction Objects Displayed (December 9, 1969)
Taiwanese Graduate Student (December 11, 1969)
Forestry Students Christmas Tree Sales (December 11, 1969)
Academic Planner Appointed (December 11, 1969)
Extension Course on Use of Newspapers in Classroom (December 12, 1969)
Financial Aids Available (December 12, 1969)
Application Fee Increase (December 12, 1969)
Extension Course in French (December 16, 1969)
Extension Course in California History (December 16, 1969)
Congolese Graduate Student (December 17, 1969)
ETV Workshop (December 17, 1969)
Low Bid on Physical Science Field-Study Lab (December 19, 1969)
Students Harvest Yule Trees to Help Support Orphans (December 22, 1969)
ITEP Participants to Wed January 3 (December 23, 1969)
Psychology Extension Course (December 24, 1969)
Faculty Recital (December 31, 1969)

1970

Berkeley Prof Lecture (January 1, 1970)
Local Residents Priority for Admission (January 5, 1970)
KHSC-FM to Resume Broadcasting (January 7, 1970)
Book on Exhibit (January 7, 1970)
Mime Performance (January 7, 1970)
Reading Workshop (January 8, 1970)
Economics Prof to Institute (January 8, 1970)
Grassroots Concert (January 8, 1970)
American Indian Education Foundation (January 9, 1970)
Marine Biology Survey Course (January 9, 1970)
Art Extension Course Vacancies (January 9, 1970)
Political Scientist to Lecture (January 9, 1970)
Art Exhibits (January 9, 1970)
Extension Workshop in Creative Arts (January 12, 1970)
ETV Workshop (January 12, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (January 14, 1970)
Financial Aid for 1970-71 Academic Year (January 15, 1970)
Extension Course Vacancies (January 15, 1970)
Grassroots Concert (January 15, 1970)
Vacancies in Creative Arts Extension Course (January 16, 1970)
President Chairs Accreditation Team (January 16, 1970)
Placement and Career Guidance Director Named (January 16, 1970)
Educational Opportunity Project Director Named (January 16, 1970)
Secretaries Forum (January 16, 1970)
College-Community Retreat Workshop (January 21, 1970)
Art in 1970 (January 22, 1970)
Chamber Music (January 22, 1970)
Special Chamber Music Program (January 23, 1970)
Lecture on Aztec Religion and Mythology (January 23, 1970)
Forester as Visiting Scientist (January 27, 1970)
New Master Plan Approved (January 29, 1970)
Seminar on Drug Use and Abuse (January 30, 1970)
Status of Women Conference (January 30, 1970)
Special Chamber Music Program (January 30, 1970)
Presentation of Historical Journal to Library (photo caption) (February 3, 1970)
Sculpture Exhibit (February 3, 1970)
Governor Asks Nominations of Students for State Boards (February 3, 1970)
Flutist's Graduate Recital (February 4, 1970)
Poetry Reading (February 5, 1970)
Faculty Music Program (February 5, 1970)
KEET Program on College-Community Retreat (February 6, 1970)
Who's Who Recipients (February 6, 1970)
Fish Rearing in Oxidation Ponds (February 6, 1970)
March 1 Concert (February 6, 1970)
Laundry Equipment Up for Bid (February 6, 1970)
Readers Theater (February 6, 1970)
Faculty Piano Recital (February 11, 1970)
Pops Concert (February 11, 1970)
Siemens' Tribute to Don O'Kane (February 13, 1970)
Fisheries Symposium Reports (February 13, 1970)
Juried Student Art Exhibit (February 13, 1970)
Interior Decorating Extension Course (February 13, 1970)
Graduate Business Education Students Receive Awards (February 18, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (February 18, 1970)
Opera Workshop Production (photo caption) (February 18, 1970)
Art Exhibits (February 18, 1970)
Football Clinic by Stanford Coach (February 19, 1970)
Registration Schedule, Spring Quarter (February 19, 1970)
Engineering Week Observances (February 19, 1970)
CES Enrollment Application (February 19, 1970)
Survey on Social Issues (February 19, 1970)
Art Prof to Visit (February 20, 1970)
March 1 Concert (February 20, 1970)
Juried Student Art Exhibit (February 20, 1970)
March 1 Concert (February 24, 1970)
Vocal Chamber Music Program (February 24, 1970)
Roadside Clean-Up Planned (February 25, 1970)
Junior Chamber Music Workshop (February 25, 1970)
Poetry Reading (February 27, 1970)
Environmental Awareness Week (February 27, 1970)
Crescent City Concert (February 27, 1970)
Indian Teacher Education Project Recommended for EPDA Grant (February 27, 1970)
Bluegrass Concert (March 2, 1970)
Off-Campus Housing Coordinator Sought (March 3, 1970)
Meditation Lecture (March 3, 1970)
Israeli Consul General to Speak (March 4, 1970)
Special Chamber Music Program (March 4, 1970)
Roadside Clean-Up Rescheduled (March 4, 1970)
Impressionistic Painter to Lecture (March 4, 1970)
Communication Course on the Generation Gap (March 5, 1970)
Gaper Clam Research Project (March 5, 1970)
Symphony Concert in Crescent City (March 6, 1970)
Participants for International Programs Named (March 6, 1970)
Sailing Club Organized (March 11, 1970)
Nursery School Applications Taken (March 11, 1970)
Nursery School / Sailing Club (photo captions) (March 11, 1970)
Purchasing and Management Seminar (March 13, 1970)
Football Clinic (March 13, 1970)
New Engineering Curriculum to be Offered (March 13, 1970)
20th Anniversary Celebration (March 17, 1970)
King Neptune Days (March 17, 1970)
Indian Education Meeting (March 17, 1970)
Educational Conference on Venereal Disease (March 17, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (March 18, 1970)
"Population versus Man" Program (March 18, 1970)
Celebrity Guest Speaker (March 27, 1970)
Steve Martin Performance (photo caption) (March 31, 1970)
State Colleges Tuition Prediction (April 1, 1970)
State Department Official Here (April 2, 1970)
Gunshop Extension Course (April 2, 1970)
Trustees' Salute to President (April 2, 1970)
Experienced Teacher Fellowship Program (April 2, 1970)
Opera Workshop Performances (April 2, 1970)
Testimonials for President Siemens' 20th Year (April 2, 1970)
Faculty Promotions (April 3, 1970)
Accreditation Visit (April 3, 1970)
Speech Expert to Lecture (April 6, 1970)
Vice President Appointed (April 6, 1970)
Kinetic Art Films (April 7, 1970)
Public Reception for Siemenses (April 7, 1970)
Judo Course (April 8, 1970)
Campus Art Exhibits (April 8, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (April 8, 1970)
Conservation Lecture (April 9, 1970)
Drug Use and Abuse Symposium (April 9, 1970)
Toyon Material Sought (April 9, 1970)
Poetry Reading (April 10, 1970)
One-Act Operas (photo caption) (April 10, 1970)
Kinetic Art Films (April 13, 1970)
Practical Communication for Women Course (April 13, 1970)
NSF Institutional Grant Apportions Revealed (April 13, 1970)
Saratoga Woodwind Quintet (April 14, 1970)
Remodeling for New Computer (April 16, 1970)
Readers Theater (April 16, 1970)
Chamber Singers' Tour (April 16, 1970)
Kinetic Art Films (April 17, 1970)
Deans' Regular Appointments Revealed (April 17, 1970)
"The Committee" to Appear (April 17, 1970)
Distinguished Alumnus Speaks at President's Testimonial (April 20, 1970)
Foresters' Meeting (April 21, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (photo caption) (April 21, 1970)
Workshop on Divorce (April 23, 1970)
Extension Course in Native Flora (April 23, 1970)
SLC Commendation to Bank Officer (April 23, 1970)
ASB Election Results (April 24, 1970)
"The Committee" Performance (April 27, 1970)
Student to Summer Physics Study (April 27, 1970)
Workshop on Divorce (April 27, 1970)
Chamber Music (April 28, 1970)
Lumberjack Days (April 28, 1970)
Art Exhibit (April 29, 1970)
Physicist to Lecture (April 29, 1970)
Summer Session Catalogs Available (April 29, 1970)
Dance Festival (April 29, 1970)
College Nurses Meeting (April 29, 1970)
Workshop on Divorce (April 30, 1970)
Songs and Arias Program (April 30, 1970)
Chamber Music (May 1, 1970)
Graduate Piano Recital (May 1, 1970)
Watercolorist to Lecture (May 1, 1970)
Percussion Recital (May 1, 1970)
President's Washington, D.C. Visit (May 11, 1970)
Soviet Literature Expert to Speak (May 12, 1970)
Graduate Piano Recital (May 12, 1970)
Chamber Music (May 12, 1970)
Lumberjack Days Concert (May 14, 1970)
Poetry Reading (May 15, 1970)
Guidance and Counseling Program (May 15, 1970)
Hispanic-American Institute (May 15, 1970)
Volcano Expert to Lecture (May 15, 1970)
Contemporary Music Colloquium (May 18, 1970)
Falcon Talk Set (May 18, 1970)
Piano Recital (May 18, 1970)
President's Report on Washington, D.C. Visit (May 18, 1970)
Lumberjack Days (May 18,1970)
Garberville Area Survey (May 18, 1970)
Junior Writing Award (May 18, 1970)
Residence Hall Art Show (May 19, 1970)
Choral Concert (May 19, 1970)
Art Exhibits (May 19, 1970)
Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament (May 21, 1970)
Business Education Award (May 22, 1970)
Rhododendron Beautification (May 22, 1970)
Off-Campus Housing Needed (May 22, 1970)
Sunday Band Concert (May 26, 1970)
Songs and Arias Program (May 26, 1970)
Symphonic Band Concert (May 26, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (May 26, 1970)
Flags at Half-Mast (May 26, 1970)
Drugs Symposium (May 27, 1970)
Final Concert (May 27, 1970)
Fisheries Lectures (May 27, 1970)
Administration Building Burglary (May 29, 1970)
Washington State Congressman to Visit (May 29, 1970)
Alumni Named to Select Economic Projects (May 29, 1970)
Announcement of ITEP Grant and Resignation of Dir. (June 1, 1970)
Upward Bound Youth to Enroll at Yale (June 1, 1970)
Distinguished Teaching Award Recipients (June 2, 1970)
Outstanding Professor Nomination (June 2, 1970)
Commencement (June 3, 1970)
New Foundation Directors (June 4, 1970)
KHSC to Leave the Air During Summer (June 4, 1970)
Yurok and Karok Artifacts Exhibit (June 4, 1970)
Student Develops Highway Safety Device (June 5, 1970)
Library Acquisitions (June 5, 1970)
Student Art Exhibit (June 5, 1970)
Manila Community Project Grant (June 10, 1970)
Garberville Area Study (June 10, 1970)
Crab Research Project (June 11, 1970)
Fishery Resources Institute (June 11, 1970)
Workshop for Materials Mathematics Workshop (June 17, 1970)
Vocational Requirements and Opportunities Workshop (June 17, 1970)
CES Faces Closure (June 19, 1970)
Change in Homecoming Dates (June 19, 1970)
Books on Exhibit (June 25, 1970)
Who's Who Nominations (June 25, 1970)
CES Summer School (June 25, 1970)
Writing Contest Winners (July 1, 1970)
Town Hall Meeting (July 1, 1970)
Land Donated for Observatory (July 1, 1970)
Danforth Associateships (July 1, 1970)
Transcendental Meditation Teacher Training Course (July 3, 1970)
Mathematics Workshop (July 3, 1970)
Applications for Foundation Manager (July 3, 1970)
College Elementary School Battle for Survival (July 3, 1970)
COBOL Course (July 6, 1970)
Fall 1969 Enrollment Statistics (July 6, 1970)
Plant Operations Chiefs to Meet (July 10, 1970)
Town Hall Meeting (July 10, 1970)
Kinzer Appointed Director of Athletics (July 16, 1970)
Full Re-Accreditation Granted (July 16, 1970)
New CDC 3150 Computer (July 16, 1970)
Funds for Indian Language Program Sought (July 20, 1970)
Housing for Faculty Sought (July 22, 1970)
Natural Resources Institute (July 24, 1970)
Off-Campus Housing for Students Needed (July 24, 1970)
Japanese Film Program (July 24, 1970)
Upward Bound Photo Exhibit (July 30, 1970)
Director of Admissions Appointed (July 30, 1970)
Transcendental Meditation Course (July 30, 1970)
Chamber Music Workshop (August 3, 1970)
Maharishi Reception (photo caption) (August 3, 1970)
Japan Color Film (August 3, 1970)
CES Building Restructuring (August 5, 1970)
Field Trips for Indian Students (August 10, 1970)
Maharishi Public Appearance (August 13, 1970)
Extension Program Progress Report (August 13, 1970)
Sea Grant Renewal (August 13, 1970)
College Auction (August 18, 1970)
Student Financial Aid (August 19, 1970)
State Constitution Revision Commission Meeting (August 24, 1970)
Faculty Housing Needed (August 24, 1970)
Council of CSC Presidents Meet Locally (August 25, 1970)
Meeting at HSC of Chancellor's Council of California State College Presidents (photo caption) (September 8, 1970)
Teachers Professional Standards Commission Appointment (September 11, 1970)
Mineral Display in College Library (September 11, 1970)
Buffy Sainte-Marie Concert (September 17, 1970)
Upward Bound Students Enroll in College (September 17, 1970)
Freshman Orientation Program (September 18, 1970)
New Course in German (September 18, 1970)
Sigma Xi Meeting (September 22, 1970)
Karate Class (September 25, 1970)
New Deans Appointed (September 25, 1970)
Natural Resources-Forestry Building Funding Approved (September 25, 1970)
Fall Quarter Registration (September 28, 1970)
Advisory Board Reappointments (September 29, 1970)
First Aid Course for Senior Citizens (September 29, 1970)
Mathematics Workshop (October 1, 1970)
Piano Extension Course (October 2, 1970)
Small Business Management Course (October 2, 1970)
Auction Sale (October 2, 1970)
Contemporary Math Textbooks Extension Course (October 5, 1970)
Buffy Sainte-Marie Concert (October 5, 1970)
Campus Publicity from Off-Campus Sources (October 5, 1970)
Speaker on Middle East (October 6, 1970)
United Nations Community Forum (October 6, 1970)
Marine Laboratory Director Appointment (October 7, 1970)
Outstanding Educators of America Honors (October 7, 1970)
Student Employees Available (October 8, 1970)
Transcendental Mediation Lecture (October 8, 1970)
5,500th Student Honored (October 8, 1970)
President's Reception (October 9, 1970)
Mathematics Workshop (October 13, 1970)
Faculty Art Show (October 13, 1970)
Field Biology Extension Course (October 13, 1970)
Homecoming Planners (October 16, 1970)
Natural Resources-Forestry Building to Bid (October 16, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (October 16, 1970)
KHSC-FM Resumes Broadcasting (October 16, 1970)
Extension Course on Wrestling Officiating (October 16, 1970)
Allstate Foundation Nursing Scholarship (October 16, 1970)
Peace Corps Campus Visit (October 19, 1970)
Rock Concert (October 22, 1970)
Alumnus Praised for Industrial Arts Dedication (October 23, 1970)
Rotary to Tour New Building (October 23, 1970)
Library Exhibit (October 23, 1970)
Admissions Applications for Fall 1971 (October 23, 1970)
Low Bidder on New Parking Lot (October 23, 1970)
Homecoming Banquet (October 27, 1970)
Homecoming Game Half-Time Show (October 27, 1970)
"The Shadow" Radio Series (October 27, 1970)
Symphonic Band and Chamber Singers Program (October 29, 1970)
Big Brother and the Holding Company (October 29, 1970)
Wrestling Clinic (October 29, 1970)
Poetry Reading (October 30, 1970)
Bids on Landscaping of New Biological Science Building (October 20, 1970)
Homecoming Festivities (November 2, 1970)
Homecoming Queen Candidates (November 2, 1970)
Homecoming Parade (November 2, 1970)
Foundation Manager Appointed (November 2, 1970)
Arcata Rotary Club Tours New Biological Science Building (November 2, 1970)
Indian and Low Income Housing Meeting (November 4, 1970)
Sorority Fund Drive for USS Hope (November 4, 1970)
Spectrum Speaker (November 4, 1970)
Special Prize for Homecoming Queen (November 4, 1970)
Bids Sought for Vessel Charter (November 4, 1970)
Dean of Students to Return to Teaching (November 5, 1970)
Seminar on Alcoholism (November 5, 1970)
Film on Henry Hiller (November 6, 1970)
Film Festival (November 6, 1970)
Readers Theater (November 6, 1970)
Homecoming Queen Revealed (November 6, 1970)
International Programs Interviews (November 6, 1970)
Homecoming Parade Results (November 9, 1970)
Symphony Concert (November 10, 1970)
Accreditation by American Chemical Society (November 12, 1970)
Interim ITEP Directory Announced (November 12, 1970)
Stop Smoking Program (November 13, 1970)
Parent-Teacher-Child Workshop in Miranda (November 13, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (November 18, 1970)
Dean in East Pakistan During Catastrophe (November 18, 1970)
Instructional Television Workshop (November 18, 1970)
Grant from Retired Teachers Association (November 18, 1970)
Campus Exhibits (November 20, 1970)
Readers Theater Review (November 20, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (November 20, 1970)
Green and Gold Key Inductees (November 20, 1970)
Circle K Benefit for Mental Health (November 20, 1970)
Dean of Campus Development and Utilization Announced (November 20, 1970)
Indian and Low-Income Housing Meeting (November 20, 1970)
College Union Construction Planned (November 20, 1970)
Marine Advisory Extension Service (November 24, 1970)
Chamber Music Program (November 24, 1970)
Christmas Dance (November 24, 1970)
Visiting Poetess (November 24, 1970)
TV Newsman to Speak (November 30, 1970)
Ombudsman Applications and Nominations Sought (November 20, 1970)
HSC Chief Attends Presidents' Gatherings (December 2, 1970)
Anderson and Clancy Survey Admissions Application (photo caption) (December 3, 1970)
Natural Resources-Forestry Building Bids Received (December 3, 1970)
Town Hall Meeting on Fisheries (December 3, 1970)
Christmas Assembly (December 4, 1970)
Community Christmas Program (December 4, 1970)
Christmas Art Sale and Auction (December 8, 1970)
Professors Discuss Welfare (December 8, 1970)
Who's Who Listees (December 9, 1970)
Who's Who Listees (for HTN newspapers) (December 9, 1970)
Student Awards at Christmas Dance (December 10, 1970)
Parent-Teacher Education Center (December 10, 1970)
Trustees Endorse New Student Fee (December 10, 1970)
Auction Sale of Kitchen Utensils (December 10, 1970)
ASB Election Results (December 11, 1970)
Cross-Country Film Showing (December 23, 1970)
Fishery Research Grant Received (December 23, 1970)
Foundation Grants Revealed (December 23, 1970)
Winter Quarter Registration for New, Transfer, and Returning Students (December 30, 1970)
Piano-Cello Recital (December 30, 1970)

1971

New Academic Freedom Statement (January 4, 1971)
Film Series (January 5, 1971)
Emeritus Professor Authors Book on Greek Village (Lumberjack only) (January 6, 1971)
Vocal Recital (January 7, 1971)
Extension Course in the Proper Use of Credit (January 7, 1971)
Siemens Tribute to Robert W. Matthews, Sr. (January 8, 1971)
Professor Appointed to Hospital Advisory Board (January 8, 1971)
Report from Humboldt State (January 8, 1971)
Film Series of Classical German Plays (January 8, 1971)
Sculptor to Lecture (January 11, 1971)
Czechoslovakian Film (January 11, 1971)
Peace Corps Recruiting Visit (January 11, 1971)
New Concept for Higher Education (January 13, 1971)
Contemporary Sculptor Lecture Rescheduled (January 15, 1971)
Poetry Reading (January 15, 1971)
Film: "Vali, the Witch of Positano" (January 15, 1971)
Construction Bids for College Union (January 15, 1971)
Science Improvement Project (January 15, 1971)
Junior High Concert Band Performance (January 18, 1971)
RNP Superintendent to Speak with Faculty (January 18, 1971)
Autograph Party at College Bookstore (January 19, 1971)
Chamber Music (January 20, 1971)
YES Funds Suspended by Student Legislative Council (January 22, 1971)
Books on Exhibit (January 22, 1971)
Reference Work for Indian Studies (January 25, 1971)
Vista Recruitment (January 25, 1971)
Sigma Xi Lecture (January 25, 1971)
Music Scholarship Fund (January 25, 1971)
Award Winning Short Films (January 26, 1971)
"Last Lecture" Series (January 26, 1971)
Chamber Music (January 26, 1971)
Norman Luboff Choir to Appear (January 27, 1971)
RNP Superintendent Meeting Postponed (January 27, 1971)
Purchasing Seminar (January 29, 1971)
Program on American Antiques (January 29, 1971)
Study on Family Planning for Developing Nations (February 1, 1971)
Sea Shell Exhibit (February 1, 1971)
Sigma Xi Lecture Rescheduled (February 1, 1971)
Sallady Memorial Fund (February 1, 1971)
Seminar for Women in Business (February 1, 1971)
Bulgarian Dance Expert to Appear (February 2, 1971)
Student Music Recital (February 2, 1971)
Siemens Comment on Budget Wirestory (February 2, 1971)
New Dean of Campus Development and Utilization Arrives (February 4, 1971)
ITEP Applications Available (February 4, 1971)
Industrial Arts Tune-Up Clinic (February 4, 1971)
Grant for Kerr Tower Room (February 4, 1971)
Natural Resources-Forestry Building Ground breaking (photo captions) (February 5, 1971)
Mom and Dad's Day (February 5, 1971)
New Law May Provide Tax Savings for Fishermen (February 8, 1971)
Teacher Exams Center (February 9, 1971)
Chamber Music Program (February 9, 1971)
Sculpture Exhibit (February 9, 1971)
"Chicago Seven" Member to Speak (February 10, 1971)
Law Enforcement Seminar (February 10, 1971)
Water Show (February 12, 1971)
Engineering Week Observance (February 15, 1971)
Transcendental Meditation (February 15, 1971)
Pop Concert (February 15, 1971)
Readers Theater Material Sought (February 16, 1971)
Symphony Concert (February 16, 1971)
Sociology Professor Honored by Spurs (February 18, 1971)
Status of Women Conference (February 18, 1971)
Police-Student Intergroup Communication Experiment (February 18, 1971)
Charles Fulkerson - Chamber Music (photo caption) (February 19, 1971)
Founders Hall to be Opened for Study Space (February 22, 1971)
Song Recital (February 22, 1971)
Business Teacher Education Awards (February 24, 1971)
HSC Fisheries and Wildlife Enrollments Near Top for Continent (February 24, 1971)
Chamber Music (February 24, 1971)
Standard Oil Business Teacher Education Awards (photo caption) (February 24, 1971)
Real Estate Panel Discussion (February 25, 1971)
Chuck Berry Concert (February 25, 1971)
Student Photography Contest (February 25, 1971)
Log Shrinkage Grant Announced (February 25, 1971)
Forestry Lecture (March 1, 1971)
Benefit Basketball Game (March 1, 1971)
Crescent City Concert (March 11, 1971)
Chamber Music with Bassoon (March 1, 1971)
Chorale-Band-Choir Concert (March 1, 1971)
Physical Fitness Program in Hydesville (March 4, 1971)
Vocal Chamber Music Program (March 8, 1971)
Poetry Reading (March 8, 1971)
Student Legislative Council Seats Filled (March 8, 1971)
HSC Seismographic Station (Andrew Genzoli only) (March 8, 1971)
Faculty Promotions (March 10, 1971)
Summer Session Course Lists Available (March 10, 1971)
President Named to Environment Unit (March 12, 1971)
Parking Spaces Relinquished for Construction (March 12, 1971)
Soil Conservation District Funds Received for Short-Term Loans to Students (March 12, 1971)
Global Environmental Program Called For (March 15, 1971)
KEET-TV Program on Foundation (March 19, 1971)
New Zealand Debaters (March 22, 1971)
Chamber Music (March 22, 1971)
Ira Lehn Cello Recital (March 22, 1971)
Voice-Piano Concert (March 23, 1971)
Potential for Wildlife Research Unit Explored (March 23, 1971)
The Magic Flute (March 25, 1971)
Quartet to Bring Chamber Music (March 25, 1971)
Matinee Chamber Music Program (March 29, 1971)
Top Photographers in Critic's Choice Exhibit (March 29, 1971)
HSC Debaters to Join New Zealanders in War of Words (March 29, 1971)
Extension Course on Proper Use of Credit (March 29, 1971)
Geologist to Present Marine Talk (March 30, 1971)
Residence Hall Liquor Policy Test (March 30, 1971)
Extension Course in Japanese (March 31, 1971)
English Prof to Study Soul Singer's Life (April 1, 1971)
Awards to Lumberjack (April 1, 1971)
Blues Concert (April 2, 1971)
KHSC-FM to Resume Broadcasting (April 2, 1971)
Mad River Symposium (April 2, 1971)
USC Concert Choir (April 5, 1971)
Natural Resources Specialist to Speak (April 5, 1971)
Student Appointed Legislative Intern (April 6, 1971)
Jesus Emphasis Week (April 6, 1971)
Piano and Chamber Music Recital (April 6, 1971)
Graham Film: Souls in Conflict (April 7, 1971)
Graham Film: Shadow of the Boomerang (April 7, 1971)
Graham Film: His Land (April 7, 1971)
Graham Film: The Heart is a Rebel (April 7, 1971)
Kite Flying Contest (April 8, 1971)
KEET Program on Higher Education (April 13, 1971)
Wilderness Area Management Talk (April 13, 1971)
Visiting Lecturer in Physics (April 13, 1971)
The Magic Flute (April 14, 1971)
Prayer Breakfast to be Led by Congressman (April 14, 1971)
Drug Program (April 15, 1971)
USC Concert Choir (April 16, 1971)
Student Selected for Summer Horticulture Laboratory (April 16, 1971)
26-Foot Pontoon Boat (photo caption) (April 16, 1971)
Advisory Commission on Housing (April 19, 1971)
Dean of Public Services Resigns (April 19, 1971)
Enrollment Applications for Child Development Laboratory (April 19, 1971)
Elvin Bishop Group in Concert (April 19, 1971)
James Farmer Lecture (April 19, 1971)
Journalism Scholarship for Minority Students (April 19, 1971)
Chamber Music Program (April 20, 1971)
College Union Ground breaking (photo caption) (April 20, 1971)
Campus Exhibits (April 20, 1971)
Grant for Electronics Laboratory (April 21, 1971)
B.B. King Concert (April 23, 1971)
Lumberjack Days (April 23, 1971)
Readers Theater Program (April 23, 1971)
Meneweather Appointment (April 23, 1971)
Arcata Student at University of Copenhagen (April 26, 1971)
Visiting Range Ecologist (April 26, 1971)
Campus Housing Conference (April 27, 1971)
Commission on External Degrees (April 27, 1971)
Ombudsmen to Meet (April 27, 1971)
Music Program (April 27, 1971)
Grant for Forestry Research (April 27, 1971)
Art Major Accepted at University of Illinois (April 27, 1971)
Clarification on Review of Degree Programs (April 29, 1971)
Student Art Show (April 29, 1971)
Forestry Lectures (April 29, 1971)
County Supervisor as Guest Speaker (April 30, 1971)
Alumni Reunion in Sacramento (April 30, 1971)
Lumberjack Days (April 30, 1971)
Seminar on Proposed Coastal Zone Management (April 30, 1971)
Nursing Students to Summer Program (May 4, 1971)
Humboldt State Symphony (May 4, 1971)
Karshner Recognition Dinner (May 4, 1971)
Spring Sing (May 4, 1971)
Chamber Music (May 4, 1971)
Geologist to Lecture (May 5, 1971)
Street Closures for Campus Activities (May 5, 1971)
Seminar on Proposed Coastal Zone Management (May 5, 1971)
Sigma Xi Lecturer (May 7, 1971)
Forensic Team Wins in Sacramento Meet (May 7, 1971)
NSF Institutional Grant Projects (May 7, 1971)
Contemporary Music Colloquium (May 7, 1971)
Local Men on Park and Recreation Advisory Panel (May 10, 1971)
Forest Fire Talk (May 10, 1971)
KEET Program on Higher Education (May 10, 1971)
Smog Expert to Lecture (May 10, 1971)
Student Group to Assist in Indian Ritual (May 11, 1971)
Presidential Sabbatical (May 12, 1971)
Charrette Proposal (May 12, 1971)
Display of History Texts (May 13, 1971)
Accounting Technician Retires (May 13, 1971)
Karshner Recognition (May 13, 1971)
Lithographer to Present Talk (May 14, 1971)
ASB Election Results (May 14, 1971)
Economics Alumnus Selected for Fellowship (May 18, 1971)
Industrial Arts Exhibit (May 18, 1971)
Anglers' Bibliography (May 18, 1971)
Crisis in Financial Aid (May 19, 1971)
Barnum History Awards (May 20, 1971)
Concert by Symphonic Band (May 20, 1971)
Guest Piano Recital (May 21, 1971)
Environmental Speaker (May 21, 1971)
Bid Received for Phase III Housing (May 21, 1971)
ASB Vice President Election (May 21, 1971)
"Wildlife Bowl" Winners (May 21, 1971)
Mathematics Tournament (May 21, 1971)
New Issue of Toyon Available (May 25, 1971)
Final Chamber Music Program of Season (May 25, 1971)
Piano Student Wins Award (May 25, 1971)
Karshner Recognition Dinner (May 25, 1971)
Final Choral Concert of Academic Year (May 26, 1971)
Green and Gold Key Inductees (May 26, 1971)
Sea Grant Evaluation Team to Visit (May 26, 1971)
Psychology Speaker (May 28, 1971)
Psychology Professors to Summer NSF Research (May 28, 1971)
Commencement (June 7, 1971)
Faculty Honors (June 7, 1971)
Y.E.S. Picnic (June 7, 1971)
Audiometer Received (June 8, 1971)
Astronomy Laboratory Dedication (June 8, 1971)
Former Sioux City Resident Received Faculty Award (June 11, 1971)
Marine Resources Symposium (June 11, 1971)
Commencement (cutline)(June 11, 1971)
Fortuna Music Student (June 14, 1971)
Margaret Dickson Memorial Scholarship (cutline) (June 14, 1971)
HSC Faculty Women's Club Scholarship (cutline) (June 14, 1971)
Dean of Students Appointed (June 15, 1971)
Re-Bid for Phase III Housing (June 15, 1971)
Fishery Resources Workshop (June 15, 1971)
New ITEP Participants (June 16, 1971)
Summer Opera Workshop (June 17, 1971)
Arms Control and Disarmament Speaker (June 17, 1971)
Utilities Bid Call (June 17, 1971)
Reception for Murisons (June 21, 1971)
English Professor Named Writing Judge (June 21, 1971)
Summer Session Coordinator Appointed (June 21, 1971)
Banker's Association Scholarship (June 24, 1971)
College Union Construction (photo caption) (June 28, 1971)
Natural Resources-Forestry Building Construction (photo caption) (June 28, 1971)
Prof Elected to Historical Society Post (July 2, 1971)
Biological Science Building Landscaping (July 2, 1971)
Bids for Parking Lots (July 2, 1971)
Women's Gym Allocation in Budget (July 7, 1971)
Albacore Fishing Information (July 7, 1971)
Auction of Building (July 9, 1971)
Low Bidder on "Phase III" Housing (July 15, 1971)
Exhibit of Handmade Books (July 19, 1971)
Art Exhibits (July 19, 1971)
ASB General Manager Appointed (July 20, 1971)
Housing Needed for New Faculty (July 20, 1971)
HSC Annual Report (July 20, 1971)
HSC Opera Program (July 21, 1971)
Facts on State College Faculty Salaries (July 26, 1971)
Maharishi's Return (July 27, 1971)
Ceramics Class (August 2, 1971)
Chamber Music Workshop Returns (August 3, 1971)
New Dean Appointment (August 6, 1971)
Marine Weather Forecasting Improvements (August 11, 1971)
New Construction (August 11, 1971)
New Faculty Housing (August 26, 1971)
Student Newspaper Received Award (September 21, 1971)
Harrington Lecture (September 28, 1971)
Gem and Fossil Exhibit (September 29, 1971)
HSC Joins AACSB Assembly (September 29, 1971)
Innovative Program Needs Furniture (September 29, 1971)
Alumni Who's Who Award (September 29, 1971)
New Book Coauthored by Wildlife Management Professor (October 4, 1971)
Extension Course in Photography (October 4, 1971)
HSC Opera Workshop Tryouts (October 4, 1971)
Visual Sida Demonstration in Electronics Lab (October 8, 1971)
New Foundation Manager Appointed (October 11, 1971)
History Professor to German Conference (October 12, 1971)
Alumni of 1921 and 1931 Sought (October 12, 1971)
Chamber Music Season Opens (October 19, 1971)
Mad River Symposium Transcripts (October 19, 1971)
Auction Sale (October 19, 1971)
Applications for Admission for Winter and Spring, 1972 (October 19, 1971)
Draft Counselor Training Program (October 19, 1971)
Hours for Kerr Tower Room (October 19, 1971)
Homecoming Plans Revealed (October 22, 1971)
"It's a Beautiful Day" in Concert (October 25, 1971)
Looms Constructed by Industrial Arts Student (October 26, 1971)
Guest Speakers from SCEF (October 26, 1971)
Economic Almanac for Humboldt County (October 26, 1971)
Faculty Art Show (October 27, 1971)
Kodak Grant Received (October 27, 1971)
Homecoming Game Half-Time Show (October 27, 1971)
Chamber Music Program (photo caption) (October 27, 1971)
William Anderson Prints (photo caption) (October 28, 1971)
Theater Program: "Badlands" (October 29, 1971)
HSC Foundation Officers Elected (October 29, 1971)
Faculty Picnic (October 29, 1971)
Public Service Announcement: Admission Applications for California State Colleges (October 29, 1971)
Homecoming Queen Candidates (November 2, 1971)
Homecoming Parade (November 2, 1971)
Theologian as Danforth Vising Lecturer (November 4, 1971)
HSC Alumnus at Homecoming as Band Leader (November 4, 1971)
Marshland Property Gift (November 4, 1971)
New MAES Director Appointed (November 4, 1971)
Grants from Foundation (November 4, 1971)
Placement Surveys (November 5, 1971)
Homecoming Honors Collier (November 8, 1971)
House to be Sold at Auction (November 8, 1971)
Conference on External Degree Programs (November 8, 1971)
Plant Geneticist to Speak (November 9, 1971)
Outstanding Educators Named (November 10, 1971)
Debate Tournament (November 11, 1971)
"Badlands" Continues Run (November 11, 1971)
Microscopy Representatives to Meet (November 12, 1971)
Readers Theater (November 16, 1971)
Song, Winds, Band, and Percussion Concert (November 16, 1971)
Emergency Employment Act Positions (November 17, 1971)
Seedling Planting (November 17, 1971)
Von Humboldt Exhibit (November 17, 1971)
Chamber Singers (photo caption) (November 17, 1971)
Arlo Guthrie Concert (November 18, 1971)
KEET Program with ASB Officers (November 22, 1971)
Bid Opening for Women's Gymnasium (November 22, 1971)
Repeat of Music Program (November 22, 1971)
Chamber Music Program (November 24, 1971)
Cross Country Coach Elected NCDCCCA President (November 24, 1971)
Von Humboldt Exhibit (photo caption) (November 29, 1971)
Pottery Sale (November 29, 1971)
Gerrish Feature for Panorama (November 29, 1971)
Special Chamber Music Program (November 30, 1971)
Art Lecture (December 1, 1971)
Print Sale (December 1, 1971)
Symphony Concert (December 1, 1971)
Hatfield Lecture Postponed (December 3, 1971)
Sale of Afro Art and Artifacts (December 3, 1971)
Starlighting (December 3, 1971)
Dedication of Electronics Laboratory (December 3, 1971)
Community Christmas Concert (December 6, 1971)
Christmas Assembly (December 6, 1971)
KEET Program on Law Enforcement Training (December 7, 1971)
Black Comedy Due at Palace (December 7, 1971)
Symphony Concert (December 8, 1971)
Green and Gold Key Inductees (December 9, 1971)
Bids for Women's Gymnasium (December 10, 1971)
"Out of All Those Windows" (photo caption) (December 14, 1971)
Printmakers Exhibit (December 29, 1971)
Student Awards (December 31, 1971)

1972

Hatfield to Lecture (January 5, 1972)
Margery Mann Photo Exhibit (January 6, 1972)
Exhibit of Watercolors (January 11, 1972)
Opera Workshop (January 11, 1972)
Extension Course in Scuba Diving (January 14, 1972)
Extension Course in Stained Glass (January 14, 1972)
Chicano Speaker (January 14, 1972)
Film Festival (January 18, 1972)
Mime Performance (January 18, 1972)
Bettelheim Lecture (January 18, 1972)
Havill Art Exhibit (January 18, 1972)
Schuler Exhibit (January 21, 1972)
Chamber Music (January 21, 1972)
Books on Exhibit (January 25, 1972)
Palace Theatre Repertory Company (January 25, 1972)
Pop Concert (January 26, 1972)
Phillip G. Annand Laboratory (January 26, 1972)
Baillie Film Showing (January 27, 1972)
Foundation Grants (January 31, 1972)
Beginning Guitar Workshop (January 31, 1972)
Forester as Visiting Scientist (January 31, 1972)
Song Recital (February 1, 1972)
Career Education Seminar (February 1, 1972)
New Activities Advisor Appointed (February 2, 1972)
Academic Senate Speakers Bureau (February 7, 1972)
Library Exhibit of Ethiopian Goods (February 7, 1972)
Readers Theater (February 8, 1972)
Lumberjack Award (February 9, 1972)
Junior Chamber Music Workshop (February 9, 1972)
Spaght Scholarships Increased (February 10, 1972)
Freeway Information Meeting (February 10, 1972)
Public Auction for House (February 10, 1972)
Ethnic Affairs Aide (February 11, 1972)
Two-Man Sculpture Show (February 14, 1972)
KEET Program on Forestry Club (February 14, 1972)
Alumni Association of Officers (February 14, 1972)
Community Development Coordinator (February 14, 1972)
British Innovations in Higher Education (February 14, 1972)
Lumberjack Press Award (February 15, 1972)
Monthly Chamber Music Program (February 15, 1972)
Combined Vocal Concert (February 16, 1972)
Fish Storage Unit Demonstration (February 16, 1972)
Chorale Program (February 18, 1972)
Crescent City Concert (February 18, 1972)
Youngbloods Concert (February 22, 1972)
Real Estate Financing Panel (February 23, 1972)
Edwin C. Gulick Scholarship (February 23, 1972)
Dedication of Forestry Laboratory (February 24, 1972)
Task Force on Student Housing (February 28, 1972)
Teaching Idea Swap Shop (February 28, 1972)
Art Exhibits (February 28, 1972)
Chamber Music Program (February 28, 1972)
Alumnus Visits President's Office (photo caption) (February 28, 1972)
Palo Alto Chamber Orchestra (February 28, 1972)
Minority Journalism Scholarship (March 2, 1972)
Substitute Concert Group (March 2, 1972)
McGaughey Lecture (March 6, 1972)
Faculty Promotions (March 9, 1972)
NSF Grant for Summer Science Program (March 10, 1972)
Memorial to Forestry Professor (March 10, 1972)
Multi-Cultural Education Program Meeting (March 10, 1972)
Radio Exhibit (March 14, 1972)
Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament (March 14, 1972)
Fish Flesh Recovery Demonstration (March 15, 1972)
Symposium on Land Use (March 24, 1972)
As You Like It (March 24, 1972)
Lecture on Zambian Wildlife (March 24, 1972)
Morgenthau Lecture (March 24, 1972)
Higher Education Funding Conference (March 24, 1972)
Guerilla Theater (March 28, 1972)
Low Brass Recital (March 29, 1972)
Town Hall Meeting (March 31, 1972)
Gist Hall Dedication (April 4, 1972)
High School Business Tournament Day (April 4, 1972)
Taj Mahal, Buckley, and Lamb Concert (April 4, 1972)
Community Multi-Cultural Education Program (April 5, 1972)
Student Recital: Piano and Violin (April 7, 1972)
Faculty Recital: Piano and Cello (April 7, 1972)
Opera Workshop: I Pagliacci (April 7, 1972)
Extension Course: Karate (April 14, 1972)
Land Use Symposium (April 14, 1972)
Town Hall Meeting (April 17, 1972)
Art Reception - Awards Presentation (April 17, 1972)
De Bell Lecture (April 17, 1972)
Marcuse Lecture (April 19, 1972)
Industrial Arts Fraternity Initiation (April 19, 1972)
Artists to Reception for Chinese Ping-Pong Team (April 21, 1972)
Monthly Chamber Music Program (April 21, 1972)
Piano Program (April 21, 1972)
Aikido Demonstration (April 21, 1972)
Pollination Lecture (April 24, 1972)
Gist Hall Dedication (April 24, 1972)
Consideration for Renaming as University (April 24, 1972)
Alumni Banquet in Sacramento (April 25, 1972)
Mort Sahl Program (April 28, 1972)
Industrial Arts Lecturer (April 28, 1972)
Upward Bound Funds Received (April 28, 1972)
Lunar Lecture (April 28, 1972)
Action Taken on "Bomb Crater" Stunt (April 28, 1972)
Murray Brown on Edgar Allen Poe (May 1, 1972)
Spring Quartet Concert (May 3, 1972)
Student Recital (May 4, 1972)
Chamber Music Program (May 4, 1972)
Photographic Exhibition (May 4, 1972)
Humboldt Historical Papers (May 4, 1972)
Lumberjack Days (May 8, 1972)
Choral Program (May 10, 1972)
Music Recital (May 10, 1972)
Student Body Elections (May 12, 1972)
China Speaker (May 15, 1972)
Debate Team Victory (May 16, 1972)
Symphony Program (May 16, 1972)
Theater Company (May 19, 1972)
Symphony Performance (May 22, 1972)
Nursing Award (May 22, 1972)
Contemporary Music Concert (May 22, 1972)
New York Invitation (May 22, 1972)
International Conferences (May 22, 1972)
University Status Imminent (May 24, 1972)
Chamber Music Program (May 25, 1972)
New Series of Student Recitals (May 25, 1972)
Mathematics Congress (May 25, 1972)
Commission Visitation (May 29, 1972)
Public Auction (May 29, 1972)
Commencement Luncheon (May 30, 1972)
Marshall Fellowship Award (May 30, 1972)
Faculty Book (May 31, 1972)
Student Recital (May 31, 1972)
Piano Recital (May 31, 1972)
Name Change (May 31, 1972)
Readers Theater Program (May 31, 1972)
1972 Commencement Ceremonies (June 1, 1972)
Faculty Honors (June 8, 1972)
Summer Session Enrollment (June 16, 1972)
Foundation Grants (June 16, 1972)
State-Wide Music Workshop (June 28, 1972)
Student Loan Fund Augmented (July 7, 1972)
New Approaches in State System (July 10, 1972)
New Faculty Housing Plea (July 11, 1972)
Bangladesh Advisor (August 7, 1972)
What's New for '72? Times Standard (August 11, 1972)
What's New for '72? Remainder of List III (August 16, 1972)
Faust Opera Production (August 22, 1972)
Faust Opera Production (photo caption) (August 23, 1972)
Paintings Donated to Kerr Tower Room (August 24, 1972)
Back-to-School Dates (August 24, 1972)
New NSF Grants (August 28, 1972)
Real Estate Study Available (August 30, 1972)
Lumberjack Wins Honors (September 19, 1972)
Piano Recital (September 20, 1972)
National Teacher Examinations (September 20, 1972)
Stull Bill Conference (September 21, 1972)
Conference on Heart Attacks (September 21, 1972)
Lumberjack Enterprises Revived (September 22, 1972)
Beginning Japanese Course (September 25, 1972)
Book Analyses Cold War (September 26, 1972)
Gift to University (photo caption) (September 28, 1972)
Grant Approved for New Approach to Science Teaching (September 29, 1972)
Diet No Cure for Obesity (September 29, 1972)
Special Services Program Inaugurated (October 2, 1972)
Embroidery Course Offered (October 2, 1972)
New Forestry Research Lab (October 3, 1972)
Establishment of Division for Special Programs (October 3, 1972)
Child Development Nursery School (October 6, 1972)
Postgame Barbecue at University (October 6, 1972)
Women in Business (October 9, 1972)
Judo Class (October 9, 1972)
Family Counseling (October 9, 1972)
Chamber Music Series Expands (October 9, 1972)
Women's Lib in Higher Education (October 11, 1972)
Sutton Hoo Lyre Display (October 12, 1972)
Forest Fire Council Meeting (October 16, 1972)
Nutrition Lecture (October 16, 1972)
1972 Homecoming Activities (October 16, 1972)
Faculty Award (October 17, 1972)
American Indian Teaching Publication (October 18, 1972)
What's In a Name? (October 20, 1972)
Computer Network Links Campuses (October 20, 1972)
Indian Historical Society Meeting (October 23, 1972)
Chamber Music Program (October 23, 1972)
Transportation Symposium (October 24, 1972)
November Application Month for Fall Admissions (October 24, 1972)
Public Auction (October 26, 1972)
New Play (October 26, 1972)
Alaskan is Homecoming Queen (November 1, 1972)
New Learning Aids (November 2, 1972)
Chamber Music Series (November 3, 1972)
Jewelry Exhibit (November 3, 1972)
National Ceramic Exhibit (November 3, 1972)
President's Reception (November 6, 1972)
President's Reception (photo caption) (November 6, 1972)
President's Reception (November 6, 1972)
University Given New Spectrometer (photo caption) (November 6, 1972)
Classroom Communication Workshop (November 7, 1972)
Chamber Singers Concert (November 8, 1972)
Gibel Guest Lecturer (November 9, 1972)
Olympic Games Presentation (November 9, 1972)
Alternatives to the Lecture Method Studied (November 10, 1972)
Art Merit Award Received (November 10, 1972)
Mai-Kai Status Report (November 13, 1972)
Sutton Hoo Lyre Performance (November 13, 1972)
CSUH Concert Performers (photo caption) (November 13, 1972)
Musical Comedy Presentation (November 17, 1972)
Green and Gold Key Awards (November 17, 1972)
Art Professor to have Exhibit in Nation's Capital (November 27, 1972)
University Center Status (November 27, 1972)
Cold War Interpretation (November 27, 1972)
Notice of Public Auction (November 27, 1972)
Corbett Appointed A.A.P. Coordinator (November 27, 1972)
Growth Moratorium (November 27, 1972)
Indian Teacher Education Support Continued (November 27, 1972)
Christmas Program (November 30, 1972)
Sea Grant Project Visitor (November 30, 1972)
Music Series (November 30, 1972)
Schumann and Brahms Chamber Music Program (December 5, 1972)
Health Center Director Named (December 12, 1972)
Naturalists Convene (December 13, 1972)
Outstanding Student Awards (December 14, 1972)
Retired Teachers Add to Grant (December 15, 1972)
Winter Quarter Extension Offerings (December 18, 1972)

1973

West German Magazine Features CSUH Professor (January 8, 1973)
Jewelry Exhibit (January 8, 1973)
Chamber Music Program (January 8, 1973)
Therapy Speech Program (January 8, 1973)
New Hearing Test Services for Local Residents (January 8, 1973)
Student Pianist Wins New Honor (January 10, 1973)
Former Humboldt State Dean Dead (January 10, 1973)
Science Institute Grant Renewed (January 10, 1973)
Special Extension Course in Sign Language (January 10, 1973)
Multi-Media Environmental Exhibit (January 15, 1973)
In-Service Training Program in Criminal Justice (January 15, 1973)
Women's Lib Program (January 15, 1973)
Instructional Media Independent Study Lab Opens (January 16, 1973)
Forestry Accreditation Visitation (January 16, 1973)
Forestry Accreditation Team (picture caption) (January 16, 1973)
Forestry Accreditation Visitation (picture caption) (January 16, 1973)
Psychology Department Natal Announcement (January 17, 1973)
Dean Appointed to Coastline Commission (January 19, 1973)
Public Lecture on Africa (January 22, 1973)
Humboldt Photographic Exhibit (January 22, 1973)
Musicians Perform (January 22, 1973)
Electronics Institute (January 22, 1973)
Status of Women in Higher Education (January 22, 1973)
Hope for Dungeness Crab (January 23, 1973)
President Siemens to Retire (January 24, 1973)
University Center Preview Tour (January 29, 1973)
Public Bids (January 29, 1973)
Foundation Annual Report (January 30, 1973)
College Job Market (January 30 1973)
Hope for Dungeness Crab (February 7, 1973)
African Lecture (February 14, 1973)
Humboldt Gains Number Two Ranking (February 16, 1973)
University Housing Cutback (February 21, 1973)
Change in Business Degree Title (February 22, 1973)
Campus Representatives Picked for Presidential Search Committee (February 23, 1973)
Lecture on Geothermal Energy (March 2, 1973)
Faculty Promotions (March 5, 1973)
Rumble Botany Award Winner Announced (March 6, 1973)
CSUH Professor Finalist in Rome Prix (March 6, 1973)
Growing Community Interest Reported in External Degree Programs (March 6, 1973)
University Center Open House (picture caption) (March 6, 1973)
Overseas Post for Siemens (March 12, 1973)
Lumberjack Wins All-American Rating (March 13, 1973)
Art Professor Initiates Unique Interchange (March 15, 1973)
Dungeness Crab Documentary Film (March 16, 1973)
Spring Quarter Extension Course Offerings (March 20, 1973)
Purchasing Seminar (March 21, 1973)
Film on Women's Roles in Society (March 21, 1973)
College Credit Course to be Offered on Local Television (March 30, 1973)
Field Check List Available for Birdwatchers (April 5, 1973)
Arcata Rotary Club (April 9, 1973)
Wildlife Students Score in Annual Competition (April 12, 1973)
Bear (Con)Descends (April 12, 1973)
Journalism Graduates Rank High in Jobs (April 13, 1973)
Openings Available in Speech Therapy Program (April 13, 1973)
Environmental Lecture (April 16, 1973)
Students Good Credit Risk (April 16, 1973)
Professors Honored (April 17, 1973)
Business Teacher Awards (April 24, 1973)
Ellen Reid, Award Winner (picture caption) (April 24, 1973)
Larry Brubaker, Chevron Award (picture caption) (April 24, 1973)
Lynn Bailey, Chevron Award (picture caption) (April 24, 1973)
Faculty Member Completes Service on State Commission (April 27, 1973)
National Fisheries Awards (April 27, 1973)
Student Recital (April 27, 1973)
Major Conference on Undergraduate Goals (April 27, 1973)
Far Western Athletic Conference (May 1, 1973)
Scholarship Fund Drawing (May 1, 1973)
Music to be Utilized in Education of Handicapped Children (May 8, 1973)
Reception to Mark Retirement of President Siemens (May 8, 1973)
Professor's Russian Tour (May 8, 1973)
Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament (May 9, 1973)
Student Body Election Results (May 11, 1973)
UCLA Professor to Lecture Here (May 14, 1973)
Rome Prize to Humboldt Professor (May 14, 1973)
Indian Teacher Education Program Grant Renewed (May 14, 1973)
Navajo Official Visits Campus (May 14, 1973)
Leroy Clifford (picture caption) (May 14, 1973)
Faculty Election Results (May 15, 1973)
Forest Fire Expert to Speak (May 15, 1973)
Tom Parsons Award (picture caption) (May 16, 1973)
Boycott Director to Speak (May 16, 1973)
Forestry Club Dedicates Yearbook to President (May 17, 1973)
China Expert to Speak (May 18, 1973)
Washington State Zoologist to Lecture Here (May 18, 1973)
Final Program in Chamber Music Series (May 18, 1973)
CSEA Salmon Bake Features Traditional Indian Method (May 18, 1973)
Aus New Student Body Head (May 18, 1973)
Professors to Share Expertise with Local Schools (May 21, 1973)
Brazil Names Major Research Center for Humboldt (May 21, 1973)
China Presentation Slated (May 21, 1973)
Speech Therapy Program (May 21, 1973)
Balabanis Received International Distinction (May 23, 1973)
New Gym Facilities to be Named after Forbes (May 23, 1973)
Library Addition Approved (May 23, 1973)
1973 Commencement Ceremonies (May 25, 1973)
Green and Gold Keys Awarded (May 28, 1973)
Auction Sale (May 28, 1973)
Journalism Students Honored (May 28, 1973)
Students Sought for Indian Program (May 28, 1973)
College Courses to be Given by Newspaper (May 28, 1973)
Students Listed in Who's Who (May 28, 1973)
Professor Joins Philippine Mission (May 28, 1973)
University Received New Grants (May 28, 1973)
CSUH Gets Expanded Library (picture caption) (May 28, 1973)
President's Retirement Reception (picture caption) (May 28, 1973)
Recognition for Wildlife Professor (May 30, 1973)
Campus Honors Retiring President and Mrs. Siemens (May 29, 1973)
President's Commencement Address (June 8, 1973)
Chevron Business Student Award (picture caption) (June 6, 1973)
Voters Attitude Survey (June 6, 1973)
Barnum History Awards (June 7, 1973)
President Honors Wife for Services to University (June 8, 1973)
Natural Resource Workshops (June 12, 1973)
$6 Million in Construction Funds (June 21, 1973)
Fisheries Advisor Appointed (June 29, 1973)
Public Lecture on Transcendental Meditation (July 2, 1973)
Unique Summer Science Program (July 5, 1973)
Campus Traffic Rerouting (July 9, 1973)
Volunteer Help Offered (July 9, 1973)
New Faculty Housing Needs (July 10, 1973)
Senior Citizens Aid Grant (July 19, 1973)
Lecture to Explain Meditation Techniques (July 24, 1973)
Workshop on Art of Storytelling (July 24, 1973)
Search for Presidential Candidates to Continue (July 26, 1973)
Workshop for Pianists (picture caption) (July 30, 1973)
Meditation Method Lecture (August 16, 1973)
New Faculty Needs Housing (August 28, 1973)
Campus Traffic Impedance (August 29, 1973)
New V.A. Guidance Center for North Coast Area (August 30, 1973)
Meditation Method Lecture (September 7, 1973)
Chancellors Council of Presidents Meets at Humboldt State (picture caption) (September 10, 1973)
Acting Dean of Students Appointed (September 13, 1973)
Dobkin Interim Chief (September 18, 1973)
Dobkin Appointed (September 19, 1973)
Teacher Exams (September 19, 1973)
Gym Dedication (September 24, 1973)
Venezuela Requests Natural Resources Advice from Humboldt State (September 25, 1973)
Adult Course in Art Education (September 25, 1973)
New Women's Center Opens (September 26, 1973)
TV Teacher Series (September 26, 1973)
Siemens Designated President Emeritus (October 5, 1973)
Lumberjack Wins Repeat All-America Honors (October 9, 1973)
Hewston Named to International Conservation Group (October 9, 1973)
TV to Aid in Environmental Impact Reporting (October 9, 1973)
HSU Professor Participant in National Resources Conference (October 9, 1973)
Pauley Appointed Acting Vice President (October 10, 1973)
Librarian Appointed (October 10, 1973)
Norwegian Scientist Visitation (October 11, 1973)
Speech and Hearing Center Reopens (October 11, 1973)
Chicano Theatre Performance (October 15, 1973)
Public Auction (October 15, 1973)
HSU Foundation Elects Officers (October 18, 1973)
Homecoming Activities Set (October 25, 1973)
Jackson New Treasurer for St. Joseph's (November 1, 1973)
New Wildlife Field Station Established (November 5, 1973)
Radio Programming (November 5, 1973)
CSUC Fall Enrollments Up (November 9, 1973)
Figures Released on System Growth (November 12, 1973)
Energy Crisis Plans (November 14, 1973)
Public Lecture on Kierkegaard (November 15, 1973)
No. Cal. Women's Swim Championships (November 16, 1973)
Fire Ecologist Guest Speaker (November 16, 1973)
Student Dance Festival (November 16, 1973)
British Team Debates Here (November 28, 1973)
One-Act Play Presentation (November 29, 1973)
Genetic Stock Center Support Renewed (November 29, 1973)
Annual Christmas Assembly (December 3, 1973)
Administrator Moves to Chancellor's Staff (December 3, 1973)
Community Christmas Program (December 3, 1973)
NOAA Renews Sea Grant Award (December 5, 1973)
Police Chief Selected for FBI Academy (December 12, 1973)

1974

Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop (January 7, 1974)
Extension Course on Prevention of School Failure (January 7, 1974)
Career Development Center Directory Appointed (January 8, 1974)
Counseling Dean Appointed (January 8, 1974)
Professor's Work in International Exhibit (January 9, 1974)
Extension Photography Courses Announced (January 9, 1974)
Birdwatching Grows in Popularity (January 9, 1974)
Meditation Techniques Explained (January 10, 1974)
Bookstore Manager Appointed (January 14, 1974)
Tribute Paid to HSU Professor (January 18, 1974)
Oil Exploration Expert Speaks Here (January 21, 1974)
Nutrition Panel Discussion (January 21, 1974)
Green and Gold Key Awards (January 21, 1974)
Governor Appoints HSU Professor to Regional Board (January 23, 1974)
New Humboldt State President (January 24, 1974)
HSU Women's Festival Planned (January 29, 1974)
HSU Art Professor's Work in Cornell Exhibition (January 30, 1974)
Office Internship Program to be Offered (February 1, 1974)
Babies and Drugs Topic of Lecture (February 11, 1974)
Electronics Teacher-Training Program Given Recognition (February 11, 1974)
Red Cross Water Safety Course Announced (February 11, 1974)
HSU Winter Quarter Enrollment Figures (February 11, 1974)
Journalism Professor Honored (February 18, 1974)
Metric Workshop (February 20, 1974)
Film Presentation on Poet Theodore Roethke (February 25, 1974)
Japanese Calligraphy Demonstration (February 25, 1974)
Alumnus Expresses Gratitude (March 1, 1974)
Margery Mann Photo Exhibit (March 1, 1974)
Margery Mann (picture caption) (March 1, 1974)
Professor Returns to Bangladesh (March 4, 1974)
Promotions for Fredericksen & Johnston (March 4, 1974)
Business School Announces Evening Program (March 5, 1974)
Rumble Botany Award Announced (March 5, 1974)
Astronomy Lecture (March 6, 1974)
Israeli Scientist Here (March 7, 1974)
Journalism Scholarship Established (March 12, 1974)
New Editor for Lumberjack (March 12, 1974)
Extension Course in Scottish History and Culture (March 13, 1974)
Israeli Fisheries Expert Visits Humboldt (March 14, 1974)
CPA Prep Course (March 15, 1974)
English Professors Receive Awards (March 27, 1974)
Campus Police Chief Graduates from FBI Academy (March 29, 1974)
Veterans Affairs Workshop (March 29, 1974)
Finnish Group to Perform Here (April 1, 1974)
Professors Awarded Grants (April 1, 1974)
Fellowship Award to HSU Faculty Member (April 2, 1974)
Vietnam Veterans Bonuses (April 2, 1974)
Brass Chamber Music Workshop (April 3, 1974)
Wildlife Conclave (April 3, 1974)
Nader on Campus (April 5, 1974)
TV Classics (April 8, 1974)
Purchasing Seminar (April 9, 1974)
Auction Sale (April 9, 1974)
Y.E.S. has Successful Contact Program (April 10, 1974)
Lumberjack Wins All-America Honors (April 16, 1974)
Wildland Fuel Management Symposium (April 16, 1974)
Teacher Training Program Offered (April 16, 1974)
KHSU-FM Programming (April 18, 1974)
Watergate Colloquium (April 18, 1974)
Chemist to Speak (April 24, 1974)
Mediation Techniques Explained (April 26, 1974)
Asian-American Awareness Week (May 3, 1974)
Film Program Experience (May 3, 1974)
Faculty Promotions (May 7, 1974)
Poetry Reading (May 7, 1974)
Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament (May 9,1974)
Visiting Journalism (May 10, 1974)
Balabanis Receives DAR Award (May 10, 1974)
CSEA Salmon Bake Features Traditional Indian Method (May 16, 1974)
First Annual Faculty Award in Botany (May 16, 1974)
Astronomer will Speak at HSU (May 21, 1974)
Arcata Voters Rate Vocational Training High (May 23, 1974)
Math Workshop for Elementary Teachers (May 30, 1974)
Ecology and Conversation Workshop Opportunities (May 30, 1974)
Journalism Awards (June 4, 1974)
Librarian Cited (June 4, 1974)
Ballet del Sol Performance of Mexican Dances (June 4, 1974)
Professors Honored (June 4, 1974)
1974 Commencement Ceremonies (June 4, 1974)
Ethnic Studies Grant (June 6, 1974)
Faculty Award (June 6, 1974)
Fullbright Award to Faculty Member (June 7, 1974)
Green and Gold Keys Awarded (June 10, 1974)
Students Honored (June 10, 1974)
HSU Names "Outstanding Students" (June 11, 1974)
Prisoner Counseling Program (June 12, 1974)
Evening Course on Human Behavior Management (June 17, 1974)
Meditation Techniques Explained (June 20, 1974)
Arts and Crafts Directory Offered (June 26, 1974)
Bicultural Indian Education (June 26, 1974)
External Degree Program Offered in Criminal Justice (June 27, 1974)
McCrone Assumes Presidency (July 1, 1974)
Arts/Crafts Information Booklet (July 8, 1974)
New Faculty Housing Needs (July 8, 1974)
Extension Course in I.C. Monitoring (July 22, 1974)
New Dean of Students Appointed (July 22, 1974)
International Group Convenes Here (July 23, 1974)
Student Wins NBEA Award (July 26, 1974)
Business Manager Appointed (July 30, 1974)
Painting Donated (July 30, 1974)
Free TM Lecture (July 31, 1974)
New Faculty Housing Needs (August 23, 1974)
Student Housing Needs (August 29, 1974)
Clausen Visits HSU President (picture caption) (August 29, 1974)
Auction Sale (September 5, 1974)
Evening Courses (September 9, 1974)
Changes in Campus Traffic Pattern (September 9, 1974)
New Faculty Housing Needs (September 9, 1974)
Meditation Techniques Explained (September 11, 1974)
Five Research Projects Approved (September 13, 1974)
Barnum History Awards (September 13, 1974)
Pilot Program for Daytime Workers (September 18, 1974)
HSU to get Expanded Library (picture caption) (September 19, 1974)
Business Internship Program (September 20, 1974)
Ethnic Minority Awareness Symposium (September 23, 1974)
Grants Awarded at HSU (September 24, 1974)
Lumberjack Again Rates All-American Honors (September 24, 1974)
Huge Public Concert Scheduled (September 26, 1974)
McCrone Receives Honor (October 4, 1974)
Corcoran Named to Hospital Board (October 4, 1974)
Sale of Unclaimed Property (October 10, 1974)
HSU Professor Named as Editor (October 10, 1974)
Student Wins National Honors (October 10, 1974)
Prominent Geologist to Speak on Space Exploration Discoveries (October 11, 1974)
Campus Traffic Rerouting (October 14, 1974)
President's Reception (picture caption) (October 14, 1974)
Meditation Technique Explained (October 15, 1974)
Art Professors Honored in National Exhibit (October 18, 1974)
John Van Duzer (October 18, 1974)
Atomic Reactor Movie and Discussion (October 22, 1974)
Speech and Hearing Center Availability (October 22, 1974)
Registration Figures Show Enrollment Up (October 29, 1974)
Sewage Talk (October 30, 1974)
Music Extension Course (October 30, 1974)
Football Crowd Control (November 1, 1974)
Fish Farming on the Increase (November 1, 1974)
Fire Retarding Vegetation Discussed (November 4, 1974)
1974 Homecoming Activities (November 4, 1974)
Art Works Committee Established (November 4, 1974)
Mycological Foray to be Held Here (November 5, 1974)
FM Station Celebrates Public Broadcasting Week (November 6, 1974)
Germaine Greer Scheduled (November 7, 1974)
Water Resources Presentation (November 11, 1974)
Greer Speaks on Rights of Women (November 11, 1974)
Hennessey Appointed to CSUC Advisory Committee (November 12, 1974)
Inflation and Unemployment Analysis (November 15, 1974)
Capitol Recording Star to Appear Here (November 15, 1974)
Shark Fishing Derby Planned (November 15, 1974)
Chamber Music Program (November 15, 1974)
Meditation Technique Explained (November 18, 1974)
Resident Halls Program Featured (November 18, 1974)
Foundation Elects Officers (November 18, 1974)
Africa Fisheries (November 21, 1974)
Retired Citizens Program Flourishing (November 25, 1974)
Health Center Directory Receives Honor (December 2, 1974)
CETA Funding for Non-Reservation Indians (December 2, 1974)
Dean Elected to Who's Who in America (December 2, 1974)
Program for Disadvantaged Veterans Announced (December 3, 1974)
Gymnastics Clinic (December 12, 1974)
TV Credit Course Offering (December 16, 1974)
Stuttering Clinic (December 17, 1974)
Evening Business Courses to be Continued (December 19, 1974)

1975

Economics Center Established (January 7, 1975)
New Chamber Music Series Inaugurated (January 7, 1975)
Real Estate Courses (January 7, 1975)
Meditation Techniques Explained (January 8, 1975)
Meteorology Lecture (January 15, 1975)
Child and Family Service Center Offers Area Aid (January 16, 1975)
1975 Green and Gold Key Selections Announced (January 16, 1975)
Indian Manpower Project Manager Appointed (January 16, 1975)
Fall/Winter Issue of Social Relations Journal Out (January 16, 1975)
Child Speech Assistance (January 16, 1975)
Brower to Lecture at HSU (January 17, 1975)
Rock Program (January 17, 1975)
Veterans Educational Assistance (January 20, 1975)
Dune Stewardship Agreement Announced (January 21, 1975)
Chamber Music Series (January 21, 1975)
Faculty Housing Sought (January 23, 1975)
Sea Grant Coordinator Appointment (January 24, 1975)
Meditation Technique Explained (January 30, 1975)
Chamber Music (January 31, 1975)
Silver Anniversary Celebration (February 5, 1975)
Movement to Establish 51st State (February 5, 1975)
Students Honored (February 5, 1975)
RSVP Awareness Week (February 11, 1975)
Program Board Presents Young and Corbett (February 17, 1975)
Lumberjack Places High in State Competition (February 17, 1975)
HSU Readers Theatre Workshop (February 17, 1975)
Chamber Music (February 17, 1975)
New Commencement Format (February 18, 1975)
Radiation Hazards Lecture (February 19, 1975)
EIR Workshop Planned to Aid Loggers (February 20, 1975)
Alderian Psychology Workshop (February 20, 1975)
Retired Teachers add to Grant (February 21, 1975)
Geothermal Pioneer to Speak (March 3, 1975)
Redwood Region Workshops (March 3, 1975)
Range Conservation Workshops (March 3, 1975)
Cultural Conference Slated (March 3, 1975)
Kingfish Concert (March 11, 1975)
Story Correction (March 14, 1975)
Employment Plea (March 20, 1975)
Fisheries Silver Anniversary (March 26, 1975)
Community Involvement Survey (March 31, 1975)
Elementary School's University Project (April 3, 1975)
Ced Kinzer to Step Down (April 4, 1975)
Baroque Concert (April 7, 1975)
Europe Travel/Study Tour (April 9, 1975)
National Science Foundation Geology Grant (April 9, 1975)
New Parking Lots (April 9, 1975)
Belly Dancing Class (April 9, 1975)
Humboldt State Alumni Association, Seoul, Korea (April 9, 1975)
Seminar on the Beat Generation (April 9, 1975)
Women's Festival (April 9, 1975)
Rainbow Festival (April 9, 1975)
Booklet on Northwestern California Birds (April 10, 1975)
Mountaineering Class (April 10, 1975)
HSU Students Attend Annual Wildlife Conclave (April 11, 1975)
Multi-Ceremony Commencement Format (April 11, 1975)
Humanities Fellowship Award (April 11, 1975)
International Team to Visit HSU (April 16, 1975)
Bill Introduced to Establish CSUC as Public Trust (April 16, 1975)
Teachers Geography Workshop (April 17, 1975)
Warren Farrell to Speak (April 15, 1975)
Small Business Course Offered (April 17, 1975)
First Woman Appointee to University Advisory Board (picture caption)(April 18, 1975)
Natural Resources Program for Native Americans (April 23, 1975)
Lumberjack Receives Award (April 23, 1975)
Assistant to President Appointed (April 28, 1975)
Marine Geology Lecture (April 29, 1975)
Lumberjack Days (April 29, 1975)
Athletic Directory Named (April 30, 1975)
Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament (May 1, 1975)
Chamber Music Program Finale (May 2, 1975)
Marine Lab Open House (May 2, 1975)
Theatre of Silence (May 5, 1975)
Professors Honored (May 5, 1975)
Journal of Science Relations Completes Second Year (May 5, 1975)
Auction Sale (May 5, 1975)
Women in Engineering (May 9, 1975)
Commencement Schedule Completed (May 12, 1975)
Lecture on Virginia Woolf (May 12, 1975)
Workshop on Family Counseling (May 12, 1975)
Abortion Conference (May 12, 1975)
Outstanding Professor Nominee (May 26, 1975)
Rumble Botany Award Announced (May 28, 1975)
New Foundation Publication (June 2, 1975)
Herbarium Receives National Designation (June 2, 1975)
Residence Halls Attract Summer Visitors (June 2, 1975)
Former President Honored (June 2, 1975)
Balabanis Listed in World Who's Who (June 2, 1975)
Educational Cultural Conference (June 3, 1975)
HSU Marine Laboratory Receives Grant (June 3, 1975)
Commencement 1975 (June 9, 1975)
Journalism Awards (June 16, 1975)
Barnum History Awards (June 24, 1975)
Wildlife Field Workshop (June 27, 1975) Extension Course in Weaving (July 2, 1975)
University Accreditation Renewed July 3, 1975)
IEEE Conference at HSU (July 15, 1975)
Veterans Conference at HSU (July 16, 1975)
New Faculty Housing Needs (July 29, 1975)
Student Housing Needs (July 30, 1975)
Religious Philosophy Course (July 30, 1975)
State Merit Award (July 30, 1975)
Mexican Dance Classes (August 4, 1975)
Course for Elementary School Teachers (August 5, 1975)
Dial-A-Job-Service Installed (August 11, 1975)
Affirmative Action Coordinator (August 27, 1975)
McCrone Attends National Conference (August 27, 1975)
Business Internship Program to be Continued (August 28, 1975)
Fall Enrollment Figures (September 2, 1975)
HSU Fisheries Experiments Receive International Attention (September 2, 1975)
Masters in Business Administration Offered (September 17, 1975)
Modifications Being Made for Handicapped at HSU (September 22, 1975)
HSU Construction Ahead of Schedule (September 22, 1975)
Employment Plea (September 23, 1975)
Humboldt Journal of Social Relations Available (September 29, 1975)
Real Estate Classes Offered (September 30, 1975)
Service Agency Representatives Meet with Social Welfare Faculty (September 30, 1975)
Lumberjack Rated All-America--Again (October 9, 1975)
Pointer Sisters Concert at HSU (October 9, 1975)
Chess Grandmaster to Visit HSU (October 9, 1975)
President Attends California Academy of Sciences Meeting (October 15, 1975)
Forestry Department Presents Seminar on Erosion (October 16, 1975)
Law School Representative to Visit HSU (October 20, 1975)
HSU Halloween Costume Ball (October 20, 1975)
Extension Class in Belly Dancing (October 23, 1975)
HSU Receives National Science Foundation Grant (October 23, 1975)
Public Notice (October 31, 1975)
Maria Muldaur Coming to HSU (October 31, 1975)
Norman Lee Memorial Scholarship (November 7, 1975)
McCrone Acts to Create Energy Committee (November 10, 1975)
Lee Scholarship Award (picture caption) (November 10, 1975)
Associated Student Present Dr. Firesign's Theatre of Mystery (November 14, 1975)
Seminar on Native American Languages and Culture (November 17, 1975)
Enrollment Figures Reflect Increased HSU Stature (November 21, 1975)
HSU Professor's Dome Survives Test (November 24, 1975)
HSU Professor's Dome Survives Test (picture caption) (November 24, 1975)
Santana Coming to HSU (November 21, 1975)
Salmon Return to Campus (December 1, 1975)
Salmon Return to Campus (picture caption) (December 1, 1975)
Botany Lecture at HSU (December 2, 1975)
Arcata Community Christmas Program (December 2, 1975)
Bob Hope Classics (December 2, 1975)
Conservationist to Speak at HSU (December 2, 1975)
Student Project Involves Local Stores (December 4, 1975)
Students Receive Real Estate Grants (December 4, 1975)
Students Honored (December 5, 1975)
Former Librarian Publishes Autobiography (December 9, 1975)
HSU Club Wins Harvard Business Game (December 18, 1975)
McCrone Appoints Second Woman to University Board (December 19, 1975)
Ford Named to University Board (December 30, 1975)

1976

Extension Classes Offered (January 5, 1976)
Advisory Board Meeting Public Notice (January 6, 1976)
HSU Alumni Association Election Results (January 8, 1976)
Retired Teachers Bolster HSU Loan Fund (January 12, 1976)
Loan Fund (picture caption) (January 12, 1976)
Vassar Clements Blue Grass Concert (January 12, 1976)
Botany Lecture at HSU (January 15, 1976)
Elvin Bishop and Pablo Cruise in Concert (January 16, 1976)
National Teacher Examinations (January 16, 1976)
Real Estate Apartment Study Released (January 16, 1976)
HSU Students Measure National Champion Black Walnut Tree (January 20, 1976)
Black Walnut Tree Cutline (picture caption) (January 20, 1976)
Special Health Testing Service (January 21, 1976)
Campus Plans Increase in Peace Officers (January 27, 1976)
Foreign Travel-Study Offered (February 4, 1976)
President's Inaugural Ball (February 7, 1976)
Professional Filmmaker Visiting Lecturer at HSU (February 11, 1976)
Employment Plea (February 11, 1976)
Fifth Annual Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop (February 18, 1976)
Jazz Group to Visit HSU (February 23, 1976)
Fishermen's Workshop on Loran-C (March 2, 1976)
Student Photographs Selected for National Exhibition (March 2, 1976)
Interim Presidential Assistant Announced (March 2, 1976)
Police Officer Honored (March 2, 1976)
Concert Features HSU Choir, Madrigal Singers and Chorale (March 2, 1976)
New Lumberjack Editor Appointed (March 3, 1976)
Advisory Board Public Notice (March 5, 1976)
Fishermen's Workshop on Capital Construction Fund Program (March 5, 1976)
Closure of Mill Street on Campus (March 12, 1976)
HSU Professor Named to Review Team (March 12, 1976)
Fisheries Problems to be Studies (March 26, 1976)
Petroleum Geologist to Speak (March 29, 1976)
Gloria Newman Cutline (March 29, 1976)
Modern Dance Group Visits HSU (March 29, 1976)
HSU Admitted to NAST (March 29, 1976)
Donald Wilson (April 5, 1976)
Jamaican Reggae Group Returns to HSU (April 6, 1976)
Public Meetings at HSU (April 7, 1976)
Malvina Reynolds Visits HSU (April 12, 1976)
Passover Seder (April 12, 1976)
Lumberjack Rated All-American (April 12, 1976)
Malvina Reynolds (cutline) (April 12, 1976)
Multi-Cultural Festival Scheduled (April 12, 1976)
HSU Installing Elevators (April 13, 1976)
Outstanding Professor Nominee (April 13, 1976)
Humboldt Journal of Social Relations (April 20, 1976)
Monkey Born on HSU Campus (April 22, 1976)
Gimbel Presents Paper at Marshall Library (April 27, 1976)
HSU Students Attend Annual Wildlife Conclave (April 27, 1976)
Flamenco Performance Set (May 3, 1976)
Lumberjack Days (May 3, 1976)
HSU Journalism Department to Get UPI Wire Service (May 4, 1976)
HSU Professor Named Resident Directory of CSUC International Program in United Kingdom (May 4, 1976)
HSU Staff Member Taking Part in Bikecentennial (picture caption) (May 14, 1976)
HSU has New Flag (picture caption) (May 17, 1976)
HSU Marine Lab Open House (May 17, 1976)
Public History Lecture (May 17, 1976)
Lecture on China (May 25, 1976)
Project Upward Bound Termed Success (May 25, 1976)
Students to Produce Tourism Film (May 24, 1976)
University Center Expanding Service (May 31, 1976)
HSU Film Students Receive Grants (May 31, 1976)
Retirement Tea for Louise Watson (May 31, 1976)
New Games Playday at HSU (June 1, 1976)
Journalism Scholarships Awarded (June 3, 1976)
Three from Santa Barbara Win Journalism Scholarships (June 3, 1976)
HSU Botany Awards (June 4, 1976)
HSU Students Win Real Estate Awards (June 4, 1976)
Commencement 1976 (June 7, 1976)
Students Honored for Service to University (June 7, 1976)
Noted Physicist Speaks at HSU Science Commencement (June 8, 1976)
Redwood Empire Mathematics Tournament (June 9, 1976)
Award for Outstanding Achievement in Business Education (June 10, 1976)
Award of Merit (picture caption) (June 10, 1976)
HSU Librarian Receives Scholarship (June 10, 1976)
HSU Outstanding Journalism Graduate (June 10, 1976)
Seminar on Doing Business with the State (June 11, 1976)
Northcoast Basketball Camp Opens Monday (June 16, 1976)
Class on the Sociology of Divorce Offered (June 17, 1976)
Distinguished Service in Journalism (June 17, 1976)
The College Experience Workshop (PSA) (June 18, 1976)
The College Experience Workshop (June 18, 1976)
HSU Locksmith Retires (June 21, 1976)
Cheerleader Camp for Girls (June 23, 1976)
Marching Lumberjacks Receive Cheers and Check (July 6, 1976)
HSU Cross Country and Steeplechase Camps (July 14, 1976)
ITEP Seeks Participants (July 16, 1976)
Keen and Behr Move to Help Humboldt State (July 19, 1976)
Lazio Appointed to HSU Advisory Board (July 19, 1976)
Public Meeting on Affirmative Action Practices (August 2, 1976)
HSU Alternative Admissions Project (August 5, 1976)
Student Housing Needs (August 24, 1976)
Public Forums on Swine Flue to be Held (August 26, 1976)
Motschman Appointed to HSU Advisory Board (August 30, 1976)
Vellutini Appointed to HSU Advisory Board (September 1, 1976)
Keene-Behr Helps Humboldt State University (September 13, 1976)
Business Internship Program Continues (September 14, 1976)
Foreign Students Need Housing (September 16, 1976)
Journalism Workshop for High School Students (September 17, 1976)
McCrone Listed in "Who's Who in America" (September 28, 1976)
HSU has New University Librarian (September 30, 1976)
Schmidbauer Appointed to HSU Advisory Board (September 30, 1976)
HSU Offers Library Cards to Local Residents (September 30, 1976)
University Planning Commission Appointed (October 5, 1976)
Humboldt Chorale (October 5, 1976)
Ashley Appointed to HSU Advisory Board (October 7, 1976)
New Dean of Continuing Education at HSU (October 8, 1976)
Lumberjack Rated All-American (October 13, 1976)
Ernest and Mildred Lanini Perpetual Scholarship (October 14, 1976)
Business and Economics Team Wins Harvard Business Game (October 19, 1976)
Health Center to Start Innovative Health Care Program (October 27, 1976)
Annual Forestry Seminar (October 27, 1976)
HSU Places Second in Debate Tournament (October 28, 1976)
HSU Center is World Distribution Point (October 28, 1976)
Theology from Experience Workshop Offered (October 28, 1976)
Forestry Seminar Credit (October 29, 1976)
Daly Elected Chairman of Advisory Board (November 1, 1976)
HSU Foundation Holds Meeting (November 1, 1976)
Session on Adjusting to Hearing Loss (November 2, 1976)
ITEP Seeks Applicants (November 8, 1976)
Readers Theatre at HSU (November 11, 1976)
Sessions on Adjusting to Hearing Loss (November 24, 1976)
HSU Holds Public Auction (November 29, 1976)
Forensics Team Does Well (November 29, 1976)
Affirmative Action Plan Receives Approval (December 7, 1976)
Session on Adjusting to Hearing Loss (December 7, 1976)
Whole Earth Engineering (December 7, 1976)
Humboldt Journal Bicentennial Edition (December 14, 1976)
Whole Earth Engineering - Correction (December 20, 1976)
Ericson Photographs Catalogued (December 21, 1976)
Fisheries Expert to Speak (December 29, 1976)

1977

Debaters Capture Honors (January 4, 1977)
YES Sponsors Concert/Dance (January 6, 1977)
HSU Students Honored (January 6, 1977)
HSU Students Need Information KEET-TV (January 14, 1977)
HSU Student Receives Settle Fund Scholarship Grant (January 14, 1977)
News Director for KHSU-FM Appointed (January 17, 1977)
Balabanis Receives Inaugural Invitation (January 17, 1977)
Top Administrators Protest Governor's Salary Recommendations (January 17, 1977)
Management Seminar Series (January 18, 1977)
Advisory Board Meeting (January 18, 1977)
Free Hearing Screening Clinic Scheduled (January 18, 1977)
Dean Retires (January 25, 1977)
Education-Psychology Building Designated "Harry E. Griffith Hall" (February 1, 1977)
Academic Credit for "Roots" (February 1, 1977)
Art Department Sponsors Guest Lecturer (February 1, 1977)
HSU Debaters Compete in Utah Tournament (February 1, 1977)
Session on Adjusting to Hearing Loss (February 3, 1977)
Students Involved in Special Issue of "Humboldt Journal" (February 4, 1977)
"Living, Loving and Leaving" Program Scheduled (February 4, 1977)
HSU Film Students Producing Documentaries (February 8, 1977)
ITEP Seeks Applicants (February 8, 1977)
Health Center Physician Becomes Board Certified (February 8, 1977)
Debater Wins Trophy (February 8, 1977)
HSU Entered in Business Policies Game (February 8, 1977)
Library Affiliate Member of NSCLS (February 8, 1977)
Satellite Fishing Workshops (February 14, 1977)
Campus Continues Stringent Conservation Measures (February 14, 1977)
Outstanding Professor Nominee (February 15, 1977)
Lectures on Nutrition and Heart Disease (February 15, 1977)
Megavitamin Therapy and Cancer (March 1, 1977)
"A Good Man is Hard to Find" (March 1, 1977)
Sixth Annual Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop (March 1, 1977)
Debaters Place Ninth (March 1, 1977)
HSU Debater Reaches Tourney Finals (March 1, 1977)
House Auction (March 4, 1977)
Super Nutrition Lecture Series Continues (March 16, 1977)
Satellite Fishing Workshop (March 18, 1977)
Small Boat Class Offered (March 21, 1977)
Beginning Contract Bridge (April 1, 1977)
Workshop on Women and Work (April5, 1977)
HSU Library Second Highest in Community Utilization (April 5, 1977)
Jewelry Lecture (April 5, 1977)
Handicapped Awareness Week (April 11, 1977)
Student Receives High National Honor (April 11, 1977)
Student Health Center Ribbon Cutting (picture caption) (April 11, 1977)
Professor Awarded Research Grant (April 11, 1977)
Microgardening Presentation (April 15, 1977)
Professor Appointed Resident Director for Japan (April 21, 1977)
Campus Planning Dean to Retire (April 21, 1977)
Professor Invited to Swedish Energy Seminar (April 22, 1977)
Math Tournament Results (April 22, 1977)
Openings Announced for Child Development Lab (April 25, 1977)
Demographic Map Reveals Broad Scope of Student Origins (April 25, 1977)
Campus Praised for Energy and Water Conservation (April 25, 1977)
Diet and Mental Problems Correlated (April 26, 1977)
Business Majors Compete in Tournament (April 29, 1977)
Fishing by Satellite (May 3, 1977)
Creative Problem Solving Program (May 4, 1977)
Unique White Lions Discovered by HSU Graduate Student (May 10, 1977)
Steelhead Population Threatened (May 10, 1977)
Government College Association to Meet (May 11, 1977)
Special Summer Institute on Energy for Local Teachers (May 11, 1977)
MFA Degree Approved for Theatre Arts (May 11, 1977)
Senior Citizens get Lifetime Courtesy Passes to Campus Events (May 18, 1977)
(picture caption) (May 19, 1977)
Readers Theatre Workshop Presentation (May 23, 1977)
Professor Gimbel to Address International Conference (May 23, 1977)
Advisory Board Meeting (May 25, 1977)
Marching Lumberjacks Win Again (May 25, 1977)
Student Demonstration (May 26, 1977)
Community Involvement Survey Updated (May 27, 1977)
Protestors and Administrators Resolve Dispute (May 28, 1977)
Foundation Grants (June 1, 1977)
CED Kinzer Retires (June 1, 1977)
Commencement Ceremonies (June 1, 1977)
Campus Role in Water Conservation Praised (June 1, 1977)
Physics Professor Retires (June 1, 1977)
Biology Department Plans Open House (June 1, 1977)
Geology Teaching Appointment Made (June 3, 1977)
Norman Lee Memorial Scholarship (June 13, 1977)
Redwood Record Scholarship Aid (June 13, 1977)
Times-Standard Journalism Award (June 13, 1977)
Hadley Newspapers Scholarship Award (June 13, 1977)
Journalism Distinguished Service Award (June 13, 1977)
Outstanding Journalists Award (June 13, 1977)
Professors Featured at Science Meeting (June 15, 1977)
Outstanding Senior Man (picture caption) (June 16, 1977)
Outstanding Woman Athlete (Picture caption) (June 16, 1977)
Million and a Half Dollar NASA Grant Received (June 16, 1977)
Director of Special Support Programs Appointed (June 21, 1977)
New Faculty Seek Housing (July 21, 1977)
Upward Bound Director Honored (August 1, 1977)
University to Host National Symposium on Catch-and-Release Angling (August 8, 1977)
NASA Planning Group Meets (August 8, 1977)
Student Rentals Needed (August 8, 1977)
Governor Receives Report on NASA Grant to University (August 12, 1977)
Professor's Book Honored (August 12, 1977)
NASA Technology Transfer Conference (August 12, 1977)
Energy Conference Scheduled (August 19, 1977)
Microcomputer Workshop (August 22, 1977)
International Paper Company Grant (August 22, 1977)
Bilingual Education is Conference Topic (September 16, 1977)
New Dean Appointed (September 22, 1977)
(picture caption for above story) (September 22, 1977)
Australian Commercial Fishermen to Visit Here (September 27, 1977)
Former HSU Student Receives Kudos (September 29, 1977)
Wastewater Salmon Run Established (October 3, 1977)
(picture caption for above story) (October 3, 1977)
Innovative Workshop in Electronics Offered for Elementary Teachers (October 3, 1977)
Aerospace Expert to Lecture at HSU (October 5, 1977)
HSU Indian Board Seeks Applicants (October 6, 1977)
Nursing Department Honored (October 6, 1977)
White Lions Discoverer Returns to Campus (October 7, 1977)
Professor Publishes Book on a Woman's View of War (October 13, 1977)
Seminar on Herbicides Slated (October 17, 1977)
White Lions Discovery Brings International Renown to University (October 20, 1977)
Plant Administrators Meet Here (October 24, 1977)
English Major Wins Essay Award (October 24, 1977)
Student for a Day Program Offered (October 25, 1977)
Bilingual and Multicultural Education is Topic of Conference (October 26, 1977)
United Way Campaign Underway (October 26, 1977)
Enrollment Figures Hit New High (October 26, 1977)
Redwoods Through the Seasons Portrayed (October 26, 1977)
HSU Library Services Available to Community (November 2, 1977)
Multi-Cultural Festival Slated (November 2, 1977)
Commission Reports on Future of War (November 2, 1977)
Professor Directs British International Program (November 8, 1977)
President Named State Representative to National College Association (November 9, 1977)
More "Wastewater" Salmon Return to Spawn (November 9, 1977)
(photo caption for above story) (November 11, 1977)
Student Awarded U.S. Service Medal (November 15, 1977)
Professor Named to "Who's Who in the West" (November 15, 1977)
Student Project Involves Local Stores (November 15, 1977)
Student Receives Grant to Develop Cannery (November 16, 1977)
President Named to Humanities Council (November 23, 1977)
Lucas Appointed to HSU Advisory Board (November 23, 1977)
Trustees Honor President Emeritus (December 2, 1977)
Professor Named to "Who's Who in the West" (December 2, 1977)
Faculty Member Honored (December 8, 1977)
Art Students Receive Awards in Printmaking Competition (December 8, 1977)
Indian Teacher Project is Accepting Applicants (December 15, 1977)
Prior Learning May Count for College Credit (December 30, 1977)

1978

Electronics Course Offered (January 3, 1978)
Students Named in Who's Who (January 4, 1978)
Senior Citizens Receive Courtesy Passes to University Events (January 4, 1978)
Veterans Received Increased Educational Benefits (January 6, 1978)
Africa is Focus of Series (January 6, 1978)
Animation Festival (picture caption (January 9, 1978)
Introduction to Remote Sensing Offered (January 10, 1978)
President Approves Aalto Committee Recommendation (January 10, 1978)
Inner Healing is Focus of Public Lecture (January 12, 1978)
Course in Holistic Health Offered (January 13, 1978)
President Returns to Classroom (January 16, 1978)
New Masters Program in Public Administration (January 16, 1978)
Professor Honored in Who's Who (January 18, 1978)
California Conservation to be Discussed (January 18, 1978)
"Roots" Highlights Africa Series (January 24, 1978)
Commercial Fishing Vessel Refrigeration Workshop Offered (January 24, 1978)
Rhodesian Politics in Focus of Free Lecture (January 24, 1978)
Africa Series Features Filmmaker (February 1, 1978)
Journalism Department Receives Grant (February 1, 1978)
Jackson Nominated Outstanding Professor (February 1, 1978)
Heart Health Discussed in Symposium (February 2, 1978)
Conference on Hearing Disorders Slated (February 3, 1978)
Arcata Geography and History Discussed (February 3, 1978)
Redwood Statues Interpret Campus Life (February 8, 1978)
Professor Awarded Major Grant (February 8, 1978)
Film Festival Focus on Africa (February 10, 1978)
Black Awareness Week (February 10, 1978)
Special Admissions Criteria Project (February 14, 1978)
Barnum History Awards Announced (February 14, 1978)
Siemens Hall Dedication and Reception (February 14, 1978)
Guest Lecturers Speak on Remote Sensing (February 14, 1978)
Indian Teacher Education Project Seeks Applicants (February 15, 1978)
Jackson Outstanding Professor (picture caption) (February 17, 1978)
Redwood Statues (picture caption) (February 17, 1978)
Student to Climb Russian Mountains (February 17, 1978)
Public Forum on Arcata Wastewater Proposal (February 17, 1978)
Professor Selected for Who's Who (February 20, 1978)
Public Lectures on Natural Resources and Whaling (February 22, 1978)
Student Receives Settle Scholarship (February 28, 1978)
Expert to Discuss Remote Sensing (February 28, 1978)
Settle Scholarship (picture caption) (February 28, 1978)
Seventh Annual Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop (March 2, 1978)
Helicopter Rescue Procedure Instruction for Fishermen (March 2, 1978)
University's Economic Contribution to Area (March 3, 1978)
Journalism Students and Lumberjack Receive Awards (March 6, 1978)
Hake Symposium (March 7, 1978)
Prior Learning Program (March 8, 1978)
Science Institute Celebrates 20th Year (March 9, 1978)
Automated Data Processing Seminar (March 10, 1978)
Student Awarded Nurses Scholarship (March 17, 1978)
Evening of Dance Slated (March 22, 1978)
Physical Education for Elementary School Teachers (March 28, 1978)
Understanding Cancer (March 28, 1978)
Preventative Health Education (March 28, 1978)
Public Lecture on Photosynthesis (March 28, 1978)
Humboldt No Longer Small (April 4, 1978)
Child Development Laboratory (April 4, 1978)
Professor Named in Women's Who's Who (April 4, 1978)
Women's Festival 1978 (April 6, 1978)
Israeli Official to Speak on Middle East Conflict (April 7, 1978)
Marine Lab Open House (April 7, 1978)
Evening of Social Dance Slated (April 10, 1978)
Intimacy and You Focus of Discussion (April 11, 1978)
Humboldt Joins in Indian Satellite Project (April 11, 1978)
Music Workshop Celebrates Twentieth Anniversary (April 11, 1978)
Speech and Hearing Center Hosts Open House (April 12, 1978)
Campus Open House Planned (April 13, 1978)
Fund-Raising for Children's Center (April 18, 1978)
Asian Festival Slated (April 18, 1978)
Housing Office Needs Listings (April 24, 1978)
Nuclear Power Protest Focus of Documentary (April 24, 1978)
American Foreign Policy in the Middle East (April 24, 1978)
Consultants Needed for Indian Education Project (April 24, 1978)
Therapies Discussed in Workshop (April 27, 1978)
Health Care Focus of Discussion (May 2, 1978)
I.F. Stone Lecture Cancelled (May 3, 1978)
State Architect Offers Lecture (May 3, 1978)
Alternative Energy is Focus of Discussion (May 3, 1978)
Carl Bernstein to Speak at Humboldt (May 4, 1978)
Math Tournament Results (May 9, 1978)
Director of Institutional Advancement Named (May 9, 1978)
Lumberjack Days (May 12, 1978)
Dedication of Harry E. Griffith Hall (May 12, 1978)
Allen Named to Who's Who in America (May 16, 1978)
Healing Relationships Discussed (May 16, 1978)
Press Conference on Remote Sensing (May 16, 1978)
Legacy of Malcolm X (May 16, 1978)
Affirmative Action Coordinator Named (May 18, 1978)
Women's Art Featured (May 17, 1978)
Indian Teacher Education Project Seeks Applicants (May 19, 1978)
Art Department Receives National Accreditation (May 26, 1978)
Grange Donates Funds (May 26, 1978)
Commencement Ceremonies (May 26, 1978)
Dedication Ceremonies Honor Emeritus Faculty (May 30, 1978)
Student Influence on Government Discussed (My 30, 1978)
New Faculty Housing Needs (May 30, 1978)
HSU Graduate Receives Top M.D. Honors (May 31, 1978)
Student Receives Top Athletic Award (June 1, 1978)
Botany Students Receive Awards (June 5, 1978)
English Award Announced (June 5, 1978)
Fishing Trawler Technique Workshops (June 21, 1978)
Basic Boating Safety Class Offered (July 7, 1978)
Aerobic Fitness Institute (July 13, 1978)
Alternative Admissions Project (July 17, 1978)
Student Awarded NCAA Scholarship (July 17, 1978)
Housing Office Needs Listings (July 17, 1978)
Fisheries Resource Workshops (July 20, 1978)
Forestry Workshop (July 20, 1978)
Range Conservation Workshop (July 24, 1978)
Hadley Reappointed to HSU Board (July 25, 1978)
Environmental Resources Engineering Workshop (July 28, 1978)
Volleyball Development Camp for Women (July 28, 1978)
Proposition 13 Reductions (August 8, 1978)
"Roots" Offered for University Credit (August 25, 1978)
New ITEP Directory Appointed (September 14, 1978)
New Faculty Housing Needs (September 14, 1978)
College Prep Program Offered to Veterans (September 15, 1978)
Italian Culture Offered in Rare Exhibit (September 18, 1978)
Japanese Study Program (September 22, 1978)
Applications for Child Development Lab (September 26, 1978)
Costa Rica University Head Visits Here (September 26, 1978)
Earthquake Predictions (September 28, 1978)
Indian Advisory Board Elections (October 3, 1978)
Managerial Course (October 6, 1978)
Lumberjack Receives All-America Honors (October 9, 1978)
Math Conference Scheduled (October 9, 1978)
Internationally Known Poet and Critic Scheduled (October 9, 1978)
New Campus Ticket Center (October 9, 1978)
Posthumous Hall of Fame Award (October 9, 1978)
Mushroom Identification Workshop (October 10, 1978)
MBO Business Course Offered (October 10, 1978)
Correction regarding Math Conference (high school teachers, as well as preschool) (October 12, 1978)
Employee Awarded for Improving Safety Conditions (October 13, 1978)
Child Development Lab (October 13, 1978)
Humboldt State Awarded Grant for Solar Heating Project (October 16, 1978)
Halloween Benefit Slated (October 18, 1978)
Cornelius Henry Siemens (October 23, 1978)
A University Tribute (Siemens) (October 23, 1978)
Program to Aid Area Businesses (October 24, 1978)
Workshop Offered on Schizophrenic Treatment (October 25, 1978)
Fall Enrollment Figures (October 26, 1978)
Gay Documentary (October 26, 1978)
Mizrahi Film Slated (October 27, 1978)
Fungal Genetics Stock Center (November 8, 1978)
Foundation Elects Officers (November 8, 1978)
Students Receive National Awards (November 10, 1978)
Filmmaker Screens Acclaimed Documentary (November 16, 1978)
SAGE Comes to Campus (November 17, 1978)
Woman's Energy Workshop (November 17, 1978)
Figure Drawings on Exhibit (November 17, 1978)
Susan Griffin to Read Poetry (November 17, 1978)
Children's Christmas Play Presented (November 20, 1978)
Library Exhibit Features Marine Mammals (November 22, 1978)
Greenhouse Offers Varied Study Program (November 22, 1978)
Annual Property Auction (November 28, 1978)
Grants Top All Time High (November 28, 1978)
Rock and Mineral Auction (November 29, 1978)
Further Budget Reductions Studies (December 1, 1978)
College Credit Offered for Experience (December 12, 1978)
Students Named in Who's Who (December 12, 1978)
Trustees Response to Governor's Mandate (December 15, 1978)

1979

Child Development Lab (January 3, 1979)
Humboldt Chorale Rehearsals (January 3, 1979)
Loran-C Navigation System Explained (January 5, 1979)
Dorian Wind Quintet Appearance (January 5, 1979)
China and U.S. Relations Topic of Forum (January 10, 1979)
Danish Gymnasts to Perform (photo caption)(January 11, 1979)
Danish Gymnasts to Perform (January 11, 1979)
Evening of Blues Presented (photo caption) (January 11, 1979)
Evening of Blues Presented (January 11, 1979)
Governor's Budget and the CSUC (January 11, 1979)
Israel Information Day Set (January 15, 1979)
Rape Forum (January 16, 1979)
Simpson Donates New Hearing Booth (photo caption) January 18, 1979)
Doc and Merle Watson to Perform (January 26, 1979)
Fire at Humboldt State University (1 page release) (January 27, 1979)
Fire at Humboldt State University (2 pages) (January 27, 1979)
Forestry Building Fire Established as Incendiary (January 29, 1979)
Oregon Mime Theatre (January 30, 1979)
Solzhenitsyn Discussed in Public Talk (February 1, 1979)
Valentines Day Party for Children (February 2, 1979)
Students Asked to Call Police Department (February 2, 1979)
Chancellor Allocates $100,000 Toward Fire Loss (February 5, 1979)
Forestry Building Fire Fund (February 7, 1979)
Cost Estimates on Fire Damages (February 7, 1979)
Indian Teacher Education Project Applications (February 8, 1979)
Indian Cultural Festival (February 9, 1979)
Eminent Scholars Contribute to Special Issue of the Humboldt Journal of Social Relations (February 9, 1979)
Forensics Team Competes in Tournament (photo caption) (February 9, 1979)
Politics of South Africa Discussed (February 12, 1979)
Children's Center Sponsors Folk Dancing (February 12, 1979)
Klezmorim Performance Offers Traditional Yiddish Music (February 13, 1979)
A Divided California is Focus of Lecture (February 13, 1979)
Artist and Inspirations is Topic (February 13, 1979)
Masters in Public Administration (February 13, 1979)
Prison Administrator Lecture (February 15, 1979)
Silent Theatre Presented (February 15, 1979)
Sagebrush Environment Focus of Public Talk (February 15, 1979)
Chamber Music Program Presented (February 15, 1979)
Partain Named to Natural Resources Committee (February 19, 1979)
Donation Received for Dairying Institute (February 20, 1979)
Donation Received for Dairying Institute (photo caption) (February 20, 1979)
Phoebe Snow Performance (February 20, 1979)
Birthing Alternatives Discussed (February 20, 1979)
Sock Hop Slated (February 21, 1979)
Nominations Sought for Alumni Honor (February 22, 1979)
Information Sought (February 22, 1979)
Smith Nominated Outstanding Professor (February 23, 1979)
Smith Nominated Outstanding Professor (photo caption) (February 23, 1979)
Buddy Rich Appears in Concert (February 26, 1979)
Women and Employment Topic of Public Discussion (February 26, 1979)
Bosco to Address Students (February 26, 1979)
Foreign Student Enrollment Reaches All-Time High (February 27, 1979)
Contemporary Issues in Psychology Examined in Lecture Series (February 27, 1979)
Eighth Annual Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop (March 2, 1979)
Luncheon Honors Fire Workers (March 5, 1979)
Arcata Fire Fighters Honored (March 5, 1979)
Students to Participate in Business Games (March 6, 1979)
Alternative Admission Program (March 6, 1979)
Portuguese Communities Examined (March 12, 1979)
Fire Leads Exhausted (read to press 3/14) (March 14, 1979)
Symposium on Marine Resources (March 16, 1979)
Forum Hosted on Renters Rebate (March 16, 1979)
Scandinavian Folk Songs Presented (March 16, 1979)
Fishing with Sonar Discussed in Workshop (March 21, 1979)
Michael Learned and Anthony Zerbe to Appear in "Dear Liar" (March 22, 1979)
NSF Grant Awarded to Study Taiwan Water Problem (March 27, 1979)
Actors to Present Public Workshop (March 28, 1979)
Lumberjack Staffers Win Awards (March 28, 1979)
Award Winning Jeweler Offers Lecture and Workshop (March 30, 1979)
HSU Launches Inaugural Fund Drive (April 2, 1979)
Land Donated to University for Wildlife Studies (photo caption) (April 3, 1979)
University Hosts Business Game Conference (photo caption) (April 3, 1979)
Elderhostel Combines Academic and Residential Program for Seniors (April 4, 1979)
Hadley Elected Chairman of University Advisory Board (April 9, 1979)
Noted Filmmaker Presents Acclaimed Documentary (April 10, 1979)
Associated Students General Manager Named (April 11, 1979)
University Houses to be Auctioned (April 12, 1979)
State Secretary for Resources to Speak on Campus (April 16, 1979)
Tom Hayden to Speak on Campus (April 16, 1979)
Music of the Andes Performed (April 16, 1979)
Wildlife Art Contest Sponsored (April 17, 1979)
Africa Focus of Colloquium (April 17, 1979)
Nominations Sought for Women's Hall of Fame (April 18, 1979)
Marine Laboratory Hosts Open House (April 18, 1979)
Campus Fish Hatchery Staffed by Students (April 18, 1979)
Fish Hatchery (photo caption) (April 18, 1979)
Forestry Fire Reward Fund Established (April 19, 1979)
Asian American Festival (April 19, 1979)
Summer Class Schedule - Continuing Education (April 19, 1979)
Applications for Nursery School Sessions (April 19, 1979)
Housing Office Needs Listings (April 20, 1979)
National Park Service Focus of Discussion (April 24, 1979)
Gerontology Conference (April 24, 1979)
Cinco de Mayo Festival (April 25, 1979)
Resources Secretary to Speak on Campus (April 25, 1979)
Ecology Talk Set (April 25, 1979)
Dancers Offer Public Workshops (April 30, 1979)
Child Development Lab Hosts Rummage Sale (April 30, 1979)
Modern Dance Company Performs on Campus (April 30, 1979)
High School Students Participants in Annual Speech Conference (May 1, 1979)
Award-Winning Films Featured (May 4, 1979)
Kerstetter Steelhead Story (photo caption) (May 7, 1979)
Vaccine Proves Successful in Steelhead Experiment (May 7, 1979)
Sociology Colloquium Presented (May 8, 1979)
Polymers Focus of Discussion (May 8, 1979)
Photographs by Knight (May 8, 1979)
"Lumberjack" Receives High Honors (May 9, 1979)
Students Receive Federal Internships (May 9, 1979)
Fisheries Student Receives Special Achievement Award (May 9, 1979)
Math Tournament Results (May 11, 1979)
Marine Lab Dedication Ceremonies (May 14, 1979)
Course for Teaching Parenting (May 15, 1979)
More Students Eligible for College Aid (May 17, 1979)
YES Benefit Dance (photo caption) (May 17, 1979)
Rousseau Discussed in Public Lecture (May 18, 1979)
Counseling the Communicatively-Impaired (May 18, 1979)
Library Rare Book Collection (May 21, 1979)
Rare Book Collection (photo caption) (May 21, 1979)
Student Nominated for Athlete of the Year Award (May 22, 1979)
Students Elect New Officers (May 22, 1979)
Humboldt Grad's Book Reviewed (May 24, 1979)
Free Noon Concert (May 24, 1979)
Pablo Cruise in Concert (May 24, 1979)
Einstein is Focus of Lecture (May 25, 1979)
Student Selected for State Assembly Fellowship (May 25, 1979)
Biology Professor Appointed to Danforth Associate Foundation (May 25, 1979)
Biology Department Hosts Open House (May 29, 1979)
Graduates Reach New Record (May 29, 1979)
Botany Students Receive Awards (June 5, 1979)
Carole Mommer (photo caption) (June 7, 1979)
Brophy, Hadley Honored at Commencement Ceremonies (June 11, 1979)
Kim Yerton Honored in Memoriam (June 11, 1979)
Women's Center Summer Hours (July 2, 1979)
Timber Tax and Forest Policy Focus of Conference (July 23, 1979)
College Credit for Work Experience (August 8, 1979)
Admission and Records Dean Appointed (August 14, 1979)
Staff and Students in Need of Housing (August 15, 1979)
Timber Taxation and Forest Policy Issues Examined in Conference (August 16, 1979)
Body Stress and Strain Focus of Workshop (August 20, 1979)
Math Conference Draws International Speakers (August 28, 1979)
Loran-C Problem Workshop (August 28, 1979)
Prominent Mathematicians Headline Conference (August 31, 1979)
Fortuna Businessman Appointed to Advisory Board (September 11, 1979)
Public Auction to be Held (September 11, 1979)
Homecoming Parade in the Works (September 12, 1979)
Advisory Board Reappointment (September 14, 1979)
Admissions and Records Extends Business Hours (September 17, 1979)
New Service Helps College-Bound Persons (September 18, 1979)
Pain Clinic Offered (September 21, 1979)
Jamaican Reggae Featured in Dance (September 21, 1979)
University Lettuce Purchasing (NOT sent as a release) (September 25, 1979)
Community Membership Sought for Indian Board (September 26, 1979)
Jeffrey B. and the Hot Nutz to Perform (September 27, 1979)
New Performing Season Underway (September 28, 1979)
Students Offer Free Services to Local Businesses (September 28, 1979)
State Officials Featured in Public Talks (September 28, 1979)
Women's Center Hosts Open House (October 2, 1979)
Homecoming Revival Includes Parade, Dance and Rally (October 3, 1979)
Enrollment is Up for Fall (October 4, 1979)
Workshop Offered in Teaching Home Economics (October 9, 1979)
Huey Johnson to Speak at Public Lecture Series (October 10, 1979)
Latin America Lecture Series Slated (October 11, 1979)
"Lumberjack" Holds Top Honor (October 15, 1979)
Holistic Astrology Focus of Lecture (October 15, 1979)
Homecoming (photo caption) (October 15, 1979)
Far West Conference on Ethnic Studies Hosted (October 18, 1979)
Legislative Analyst will be Featured Speaker (October 18, 1979)
John Hartford Concert on Tap (October 19, 1979)
Frans Brueggen to Perform in Concert (October 19, 1979)
Homecoming Activities (October 19, 1979)
Homecoming Parade (photo captions) (October 22, 1979)
Indian Teacher Education Project Student Applications (October 23, 1979)
Latin American Program Offers Study in Guatemala (October 23, 1979)
Fall Enrollment Figures are Up (October 24, 1979)
Free Legal Referral Service Offered (October 24, 1979)
March Fong Eu Featured Lecture Series Guest (October 26, 1979)
Elvin Bishop Headlines Costume Ball (October 26, 1979)
Grant Writing Class Offered (October 29, 1979)
Ken Brungess (photo caption) (October 30, 1979)
Professor Brings Chinese Band Music to the States (October 30, 1979)
Indian Advisory Board Applications Accepted (October 31, 1979)
Teaching Credential Program Meeting Held (November 1, 1979)
Guatemala Program Subject of Latin America Lecture Series (November 1, 1979)
National Industrial Arts Education Week (November 2, 1979)
Pioneer 11 Mission to Saturn Subject of Public Lecture (November 2, 1979)
Correction - Grant Writing Class Offered (November 5, 1979)
Forestry Department Receives Accreditation (November 5, 1979)
Industrial Arts Week Celebrated (November 6, 1979)
Professor Publishes Book on American Food Laws (November 6, 1979)
Bosco to Address Lecture Series (November 7, 1979)
Russian Dissident to Speak (November 7, 1979)
Dave Mason Featured in Concert (November 9, 1979)
Aleksandr Ginzburg Featured Speaker (photo caption) (November 9, 1979)
Trustees Approve Application Fee Increase (November 13, 1979)
Space Available for Holiday Crafts Faire (November 15, 1979)
One Man Mime Show Hosted (November 15, 1979)
Outdoor Equipment Sale and Swap Meet (November 15, 1979)
Workshop on Vocal Disorders of Children Scheduled (November 15, 1979)
Solar Heating System for Dorms (Peter Lehman) (November 16, 1979)
Professor and Students Build Solar System on Campus (November 16, 1979)
Yucatan Revolution Subject of Public Lecture (November 20, 1979)
Annual Crafts Faire Hosted (November 20, 1979)
State Secretary for Resources Featured Speaker (November 20, 1979)
Energy Fair Planned (November 27, 1979)
University Receives Land Gift for Field Studies (December 6, 1979)
Enrollment Fees Reduced for Senior Citizens (December 6, 1979)
Free Listing Service Available for Housing (December 7, 1979)
Professor's Text on Mammals Published (December 11, 1979)
Forestry Building Reconstruction to Begin (December 13, 1979)
University to Reinstate Community Book Lending on Fee Basis (December 28, 1979)

1980

Students Named to "Who's Who" (January 2, 1980)
Admissions and Records Office to Extend Hours (January 3, 1980)
Religion and Human Rights in Sweden Subject of Lecture (January 4, 1980)
East Asian Civilization Focus of Public Lecture Series (January 8, 1980)
Woody Herman Concert Scheduled (January 9, 1980)
University Center Fire (January 9, 1980)
Volunteers Sought for Legal Referral Service (January 10, 1980)
Wild Animal Care Class Offered (January 10, 1980)
David Grisman Quintet Concert (January 11, 1980)
Women's Health Focus of Workshop (January 11, 1980)
University Gets Sea-Going Vessel (January 14, 1980)
Humboldt Leads System in Electrical Energy Conservation (January 15, 1980)
Physician Appointed to HEW Board (January 15, 1980)
Jimi Hendrix Tribute Offered in Live Concert (January 17, 1980)
Pros and Cons of Liquefied Natural Gas Discussed (January 17, 1980)
Dance Benefit for Sailing Club (January 18, 1980)
Traditional American and Irish Music Presented (January 18, 1980)
Shakespeare Performers Present World Premier (January 21, 1980)
Royal Shakespeare Actors Offer Public Classes (January 21, 1980)
Holistic Health Explored in Seminar (January 21, 1980)
University Shakespeare Week Announced (January 21, 1980)
$500 Donation fro CRTA (photo caption) (January 22, 1980)
Peace Corps/VISTA Volunteer Reunion Hosted (January 23, 1980)
Applications Sought for Indian Teacher Education (January 24, 1980)
Wind Ensemble Performance Features Guest Conductor (January 24, 1980)
Bids Opened for Forestry Building Reconstruction (January 24, 1980)
"Hendrix" Concert Cancelled (January 25, 1980)
Energy Conservation Mini-Fair (January 25, 1980)
Historic Preservation Subject of Discussion (January 28, 1980)
Variety of Financial Assistance Available (January 29, 1980)
Exhibit and Talk Features a Divided California (January 29, 1980)
Poetry Reading by Robert Bly (February 1, 1980)
Extension Course Offers Health Techniques (February 1, 1980)
Women's Soccer Tournament Hosted (February 1, 1980)
Black History Week Celebrated (February 5, 1980)
Jansen Receives State Merit Award (February 5, 1980)
Communication Focus of Noncredit Course (February 5, 1980)
Conservation in Canada and Sweden (February 7, 1980)
Music of the Andes (February 8, 1980)
Speech Pathology and Stuttering Discussed (February 8, 1980)
Mountaineer Presents Slide Show and Lecture (February 8, 1980)
CPA Review Course (February 8, 1980)
Geologic History of the Gulf of Mexico (February 8, 1980)
Hauxwell (photo caption) (February 12, 1980)
Hauxwell Nominated Outstanding Professor (February 12, 1980)
Wildlife Art Contest (February 15, 1980)
Class on Garden Pests (February 15, 1980)
Wolves Discussed in Public Meeting (February 15, 1980)
Holograms Subject of Talk (February 15, 1980)
Native American Art Conference (February 18, 1980)
Prize-Winning Poet Reads Work (February 20, 1980)
Piano Recital (February 20, 1980)
Refresher Course for Nursing Professionals (February 20, 1980)
Student Loan Repayment Best in System (February 22, 1980)
Free Classes for Woodwind Instrumentalists (February 25, 1980)
Wind Ensemble Performance Features Guest Artist (February 25, 1980)
Big Jazz Band Concert (February 26, 1980)
Vibraphonist Featured in Concert (February 26, 1980)
Houses Listed in Public Auction (February 27, 1980)
Lumberjack Receives Honors (February 27, 1980)
Students Move Back to Residence Halls (February 27, 1980)
History Professor Receives Fulbright (February 28, 1980)
Wildlife Exhibit Reception (February 28, 1980)
Jazz Band Artists Offer Public Workshop (February 28, 1980)
Children's Festival Hosted (February 29, 1980)
Jazz Week Scheduled (February 29, 1980)
Professor Publishes Revised Edition to Business Text (March 4, 1980)
Mayan Art Subject of Slide Show (March 4, 1980)
Benefit Dance Sponsored (March 5, 1980)
College Credit Offered for Experience (March 5, 1980)
Professor Corbett to Retire (March 5, 1980)
Reception to Honor Professor Corbett (March 5, 1980)
Corbett (photo captions) (March 5, 1980)
Elizabeth Cotten Featured in Concert (March 5, 1980)
Applications Still Accepted for Admissions (March 7, 1980)
Chamber Music Workshop Geared to Teenagers (March 7, 1980)
Open House (March 11, 1980)
Nominations for Women's Hall of Fame (March 19, 1980)
Admission and Records to Extend Hours (March 19, 1980)
Puppet Lecture and Demonstration (March 21, 1980)
Open House Activities (March 24, 1980)
Mid-East Folklore History and Dance (March 24, 1980)
Holistic Health Class (March 27, 1980)
Renaissance Music Featured (March 28, 1980)
Films on Buddhism (March 28, 1980)
Pianist Paul Hersh to Appear (March 28, 1980)
Students Participate in Business Game (March 28, 1980)
Kenny Hall and the Long Haul String Band (March 31, 1980)
Women's Political Forum (March 31, 1980)
Mime and Comedy (April 1, 1980)
Music of the Northwestern California Indians (April 1, 1980)
Spring Enrollment Up by 105 Students (April 2, 1980)
Midwater Trawling Workshop (April 2, 1980)
Students Qualify for National Forensics Tournament (April 4, 1980)
Women's Art Festival (April 3, 1980)
Science and Math Conference for Girls (April 3, 1980)
McCrone to Stay (April 4, 1980)
Student Receives Fulbright Scholarship (April 7, 1980)
Stephen London (photo caption) (April 7, 1980)
Student Health Center Director Named (April 8, 1980)
Open House Helps Boost Economy (April 10, 1980)
Asian/Pacific Festival (April 10, 1980)
"Cool Hand Luke" and "Deliverance" (April 11, 1980)
Faculty Election Results (April 14, 1980)
Universe Creation Theory (April 14, 1980)
Eureka, Carmichael Schools Win Competition (April 15, 1980)
"Lumberjack" Honored (April 15, 1980)
Business Students Take Top Awards (April 15, 1980)
Emmylou Harris Concert (April 16, 1980)
"Ecotopia" Author Here (April 16, 1980)
Outdoor Equipment Sale and Swap Meet (April 17, 1980)
Greenpeace Sponsors Dance (April 17, 1980)
Jewish Film Festival (April 17, 1980)
Children's Center Benefit (April 18, 1980)
Small Business Course (April 21, 1980)
Extraordinary Performances (6 photo captions) (April 23, 1980)
Extraordinary Performances Season (April 23, 1980)
Extension Class on Meditation Philosophy (April 24, 1980)
Environmental Education Conference (April 24, 1980)
Extension Class on Meditation Philosophy (corrected release) (April 24, 1980)
Repeat Emmylou Harris Concert (April 24, 1980)
American Ballet's Repertory Company (April 25, 1980)
Wine Tasting Benefit (April 28, 1980)
Modern and Classical Ballet Featured (April 29, 1980)
"Romeo and Juliet" Presented (April 29, 1980)
Conference on the Family (April 30, 1980)
Class Cancelled (May 7, 1980)
Parenthood Focus of Discussion (May 8, 1980)
Arnot Named to Advisory Board (May 8, 1980)
Alternative Energy Methods (May 8, 1980)
Comedienne (May 9, 1980)
Jewish Film Festival Continues (May 9, 1980)
Environmental Interpretation Workshop (May 9, 1980)
Lumberjack Days (May 9, 1980)
Creativity, Logic and the Brain (May 9, 1980)
Malcolm X Film (May 13, 1980)
Textile Exhibit (May 13, 1980)
Fulbright Research Grant Awarded (May 14, 1980)
Professor Publishes Chemistry Text (May 14, 1980)
Renaissance Performance (May 14, 1980)
Math Tournament Results (May 15, 1980)
Theatre of Silence (May 15, 1980)
Freddie Hubbard Concert (May 15, 1980)
Campus-Community Forum (May 16, 1980)
Money Management Course (May 16, 1980)
Property Auction (May 16, 1980)
Tennis Open Tournament (May 16, 1980)
Athlete of the Year Nominee (May 20, 1980)
Student Takes First in National (May 20, 1980)
University Auctions Houses (not sent) (May 22, 1980)
Backgammon Tournament (May 22, 1980)
Traditional American Music Concert (May 22, 1980)
Nominations for Women's Hall of Fame (May 23, 1980)
Redwood Bowl and Track Repairs (May 23, 1980)
Stress and Leisure Workshop (May 23, 1980)
Non-Russians in the USSR (May 23, 1980)
Holistic Health Workshop (May 26, 1980)
Student Receives ABWA Award (May 27, 1980)
Children's Enrichment Program (May 27, 1980)
Nursery School Applications Accepted (May 28, 1980)
Indian Teacher Education Applications Accepted (May 28, 1980)
Iranian Revolution Discussed (May 28, 1980)
Forestry Alumni Dinner (May 30, 1980)
Graduates Reach All-Time Record (June 3, 1980)
Special to the Chronicle of Higher Education (RE: John Lowry, Dean of School of Business) (June 5, 1980)
Woodcarving for Beginners (June 12, 1980)
Summer Tennis Camps (June 12, 1980)
Gun Collection (photo captions) (June 12, 1980)
University Loans Antique Gun Collection to Museum (June 12, 1980)
Affirmative Action Workshops (June 13, 1980)
Bird Awareness Class (June 13, 1980)
Botany Grad Student Honored (June 13, 1980)
Vendantic Philosophy Explored (June 16, 1980)
Summer Course on Indian Dance (June 16, 1980)
Houses Schedule for Auction (June 16, 1980)
Class in Television Production (June 17, 1980)
Continuing Education Offices Move (June 20, 1980)
REPP Summer Preparatory Program (June 20, 1980)
Elderhostel Attracts Older Adults (June 23, 1980)
Seminar on Psychotropics and Drug Abuse (June 24, 1980)
Summer Tennis Camp (July 2, 1980)
Course for Nursing Professionals (July 2, 1980)
International Community Development Conference (July 8, 1980)
Women and Literature Discussion Group (July 14, 1980)
Forest Conservation Seminar for Teachers (July 18, 1980)
Student Newspaper Receives Top Honor (July 18, 1980)
Student Awarded Fisheries Scholarship (July 22, 1980)
Student Earns Three Degrees Simultaneously (July 22, 1980)
Student Earns Three Degrees Simultaneously (photo caption) (July 22, 1980)
Student Receives Journalism Award (July 28, 1980)
Outstanding Journalism Graduate (July 28, 1980)
New Campus Map for the Blind (July 30, 1980)
Nominations Sought for ITEP Board (August 4, 1980)
Free Rental Listing Service (August 8, 1980)
Body Stress and Strain Focus of Workshop (August 11, 1980)
House to be Auctioned (August 11, 1980)
Workshop on Television Writing (August 19, 1980)
New All-Weather Playing Field (August 19, 1980)
New Dean, School of Business and Economics (August 22, 1980)
Students Receive Extra-Curricular Achievement Awards (August 28, 1980)
ITEP Director Appointed (August 28, 1980)
Outstanding Students Honored (September 4, 1980)
Parsons Appointed to Inaugural China Exhibit Committee (September 5, 1980)
Loan Default Rates at Record Low (September 15, 1980)
Local Flora and Fauna Class Offered (September 17, 1980)
University Cited for Energy Conservation (September 18, 1980)
Energy Award (2 photo captions) (September 18, 1980)
Conference on Writing (September 19, 1980)
State's 1879 Constitution Subject of Exhibit (September 19, 1980)
Biomass and Renewable Energy Discussed (September 22, 1980)
Extension Course in Coping (September 25, 1980)
Gardening the Natural Way (September 25, 1980)
Mount St. Helens Subject of Course (September 25, 1980)
Art from Mexico (September 26, 1980)
Jazz Featured in Dance (September 26, 1980)
Vince Price Headlines Season (October 1, 1980)
Ali Akbar Khan (October 2, 1980)
Man Against Weeds (October 2, 1980)
Weight Maintenance (October 3, 1980)
Pet Health Care (October 3, 1980)
Rock Concert (October 7, 1980)
Brazilian Music Concert (October 7, 1980)
Conference on "Step" Families (October 9, 1980)
Great Humboldt's Spirit (October 10, 1980)
Writing Conference Deadline Extended (October 14, 1980)
Wastewater Management Option Approved (October 15, 1980)
Campus Acquires New Electron Microscope (October 15, 1980)
German Film Series (October 16, 1980)
Children's Center Benefit (October 16, 1980)
Cat Health Care (October 17, 1980)
Writing for Fun and Profit (October 17, 1980)
Religion and Politics Discussed (October 17, 1980)
Chamber Music Series (October 17, 1980)
Internationally Renowned Physicist Headlines Symposium (October 21, 1980)
Vista/Peace Corps Reps on Campus (October 22, 1980)
Trash-a-Thon Planned (October 22, 1980)
Shaker Furniture Subject of Lecture (October 23, 1980)
Theatre Arts Offers Season Ticket Package (October 23, 1980)
Student Receives Teachers' Scholarship (October 23, 1980)
Class Offers "New Vision of Reality" (October 23, 1980)
Support Group Meetings for Women (October 23, 1980)
James II Subject of Lecture (October 23, 1980)
Richard III Presented (October 24, 1980)
Poetry Reading (October 29, 1980)
Latin Music Featured in Dance (October 29, 1980)
Enrollment Increases for Fall (October 29, 1980)
University Administrator Honored (October 29, 1980)
Bill Monroe in Concert (October 30, 1980)
Faculty Chamber Music Series (October 30, 1980)
Science Building Construction Approved (November 3, 1980)
Lumberjack Wins All American (Five Star) Rating (November 4, 1980)
Industrial Arts Education Week (November 5, 1980)
Cosmic Music Featured (November 6, 1980)
HSU Crime Prevention Program (Special to Union) (November 6, 1980)
Papa John Creach in Concert (November 7, 1980)
New Science Building Offers Hands-on Learning (November 7, 1980)
Air Supply in Concert (November 12, 1980)
Jazz Ensembles Offer Free Performances (November 13, 1980)
One-Act Play Presented (November 13, 1980)
Dance Benefit Hosted (November 14, 1980)
Speech and Hearing Research Discussed (November 14, 1980)
Spanish Songs Presented (November 14, 1980)
Students Featured in Musical Recital (November 14, 1980)
South African Government Sponsors Professor's Visit (November 18, 1980)
Fire and Land Management Focus of Conference (November 18, 1980)
Officers Elected to HSU Foundation (November 18, 1980)
American Folk Music Presented in Concert and Workshop (November 20, 1980)
Killer Whales Discussed (November 20, 1980)
Brecht Play Presented (November 20, 1980)
Chamber Singers Perform Free Concert (November 21, 1980)
Outdoor Equipment Sale and Swap Meet (November 21, 1980)
Free Christmas Concert (November 21, 1980)
Wind Ensemble in Concert (November 21, 1980)
Classical Music Featured in Student Recital (November 21, 1980)
Student Recital Presented (November 21, 1980)
Poetry Program Presented by Readers Theatre Group (November 25, 1980)
Karen Gottlieb - Chamber Singers Concert Harp Soloist (photo caption) (November 25, 1980)
"The Good Person of Setzuan" (3 photo captions) (November 26, 1980)
Holiday Crafts Faire (November 26, 1980)
Cartooning for the Classroom (November 26, 1980)
Mime James Donlon Featured in Performance (November 26, 1980)
Free Lecture on 19th Century American Photography (November 26, 1980)
Concert Band and Chamber Groups Perform Free Program (December 2, 1980)
Humboldt Symphony Orchestra (December 2, 1980)
Professor Appointed Consultant to Taiwan Government (December 3, 1980)
KHSU Celebrates 20 Years with Marathon (December 3, 1980)
David Grisman Quintet in Concert (December 3, 1980)
Paul Horn in Concert (December 4, 1980)
Paul Horn (PSA / photo caption) (December 4, 1980)
Christmas Concert and Community Sing-Along Presented (December 5, 1980)
Student One-Act Plays Presented (December 5, 1980)
Tree Removal Near Residence Hall (December 22, 1980)
Fishing in Kenya and East Africa (December 29, 1980)
Course on Goddess Mythology (December 29, 1980)
Course on Meditation (December 29, 1980)
Class on Vocal Skills (December 29, 1980)

1981

German Film Series (January 5, 1981)
Voice Forum (January 5, 1981)
Creative Problem Solving (January 7, 1981)
Journal Writing and Yoga (January 7, 1981)
Humboldt Chorale (January 7, 1981)
Lecture on China (January 8, 1981)
Slide Show on Russia (January 8, 1981)
Student Recital (January 8, 1981)
Two One-Act Plays (January 8, 1981)
William Windham Performs Thurber (January 9, 1981)
Tournee of Animation Presented (January 12, 1981)
Taj Mahal in Concert (January 12, 1981)
Forestry Department Cited (January 14, 1981)
Documentary Explores Kennedy Twins (January 14, 1981)
Kennedy Twins (photo caption / PSA) (January 14, 1981)
Shasta Community College Theatre Department, Mendocino Chamber Players (2 PSAs) (January 14, 1981)
Comic Chamber Operas Presented (January 14, 1981)
Endocrinology Subject of Free Talks (January 15, 1981)
Mel Mermelstein - A Survivor Tells His Story (January 16, 1981)
German Film Series (January 19, 1981)
Grange Donates Funds (January 19, 1981)
Child Development Lab (January 19, 1981)
Professor Receives Fulbright to Teach in Taiwan (January 19, 1981)
Judge Petersen Appointed to Advisory Board (January 19, 1981)
Core Student Affirmative Action Specialist Named (January 19, 1981)
Student Wins Limerick Contest (January 20, 1981)
One-Week Computer Course Offered (January 21, 1981)
Zwi Kanar (photo caption / PSA) (January 21, 1981)
Mime Performance (January 21, 1981)
Chamber Music Presented (January 21, 1981)
Holistic Course Examines Weight Maintenance (January 22, 1981)
Dusick Appointed to Advisory Board (January 23, 1981)
Workshop on Preschool Language (Special to T-S) (January 21, 1981)
Chamber Music Series (photo caption) (January 22, 1981)
Visiting Scholar to Discuss Decision Making at Public Lecture and Workshop (January 23, 1981)
Contemporary German Cinema (January 23, 1981)
"Talking Gorilla" Film Screened (January 26, 1981)
Faculty Recital (January 27, 1981)
Jazz Concert with the Faculty Jazz Sextet (January 27, 1981)
Charlie Musselwhite (photo caption / PSA) (January 27, 1981)
Charlie Musselwhite and the Dynatones (January 27, 1981)
University Relations Director Appointed (January 28, 1981)
Geothermal Plant Subject of Free Talk (January 28, 1981)
Marketing Course Emphasizes Sales (January 28, 1981)
Christian History Subject of Lecture Series (January 29, 1981)
Health Faire on Tap (January 29, 1981)
Preservation Hall Jazz Band (3 photo captions) (January 29, 1981)
Poetry Reading Benefit (January 30, 1981)
Kate Buchanan (February 3, 1981)
Seminar on Grants Offered (February 3, 1981)
Buildings Renamed to Honor Presidents (February 3, 1981)
Career Advancement for the Business Woman (February 4, 1981)
Modern Dance Presented (February 4, 1981)
Nominations Accepted for Women's Hall of Fame (February 6, 1981)
Canadian Chamber Singers Here (February 9, 1981)
Classic Greek Tragedy Presented (February 11, 1981)
Guest Artist to Lecture Here (February 11, 1981)
Acclaimed Cellist Offers Performance (February 12, 1981)
Rejto Presents Public Workshop (February 12, 1981)
Song Contest Offers a Touch of Old Italy (February 12, 1981)
Beast Feast Sponsored for Fundraiser (February 12, 1981)
Current Trends in Mathematics (February 13, 1981)
Big Band Jazz Presented (February 13, 1981)
Art Professor Nominated for Outstanding Professor Award (February 16, 1981)
New Loan Fund Established in Honor of HSU Staff (February 17, 1981)
Forestry Building Re-Dedication (February 17, 1981)
Chamber Music Series (February 18, 1981)
Poet Toby Lurie Returns for Reading (February 18, 1981)
Forensics Team Sweeps Awards, Takes First at Logger Invitational (February 18, 1981)
Guest Lecturer Discusses Eastern Christian Mysticism, Spirituality (February 19, 1981)
"Antigone" (photo caption) (February 20, 1981)
Social Choice Symposium Offered (February 23, 1981)
Artist Displays Individualism in Paintings (February 23, 1981)
Rotary Scholarships for International Study Aborad (February 23, 1981)
Laserium Sound and Light Show Presented (February 24, 1981)
Philharmonic Trombonist Offers Free Workshop and Recital (February 25, 1981)
Faculty Recital Presented (February 25, 1981)
University Choral Singers Present Concert (February 26, 1981)
German Film Series Continues (February 26, 1981)
Student-Directed One-Act Plays Presented (February 26, 1981)
Cris Williamson in Concert (February 26, 1981)
Readers's Theater (photo caption / PSA) (February 26, 1981)
String Ensemble to Perform Bach's Brandenburg Concertos (February 27, 1981)
Wind Ensemble in Concert (February 27, 1981)
Free Easter Concert Hosted (February 27, 1981)
Photography Magazine Editor to Speak on Campus (February 27, 1981)
Free Lecture on Body Therapies (February 27, 1981)
Chamber Music Workshop Geared to Teenagers (March 3, 1981)
Alumni to Host Bingo, Dinner (March 4, 1981)
Concert Band and Chamber Groups Combine Talents for Concert (March 4, 1981)
Lecture by Photography Critic A.D. Coleman (March 4, 1981)
Guest Artists Perform with Humboldt Symphony Orchestra (March 4, 1981)
Flute Workshop with Geraldine Rotella (March 4, 1981)
Biologist to Speak on Careers and Industry (March 4, 1981)
Alcohol Fuel Workshop (March 6, 1981)
Topics on Women's Research (March 6, 1981)
President Names New Natural Resources Dean (March 6, 1981)
Clarinetist Offers Free Public Workshops (March 6, 1981)
Women's Sculpture Exhibit (photo caption / PSA) (March 9, 1981)
Visiting Professor Delivers Free Lectures (March 9, 1981)
Seminar on Dostoyevsky Offered (March 18, 1981)
Indian Mediation Offered (March 20, 1981)
Small Boat Safety Class (March 20, 1981)
Contemporary Issues in Psychology Examined (March 25, 1981)
"Exploring the Jewish Experience" (March 25, 1981)
Flora and Fauna Subject of Three Courses (March 25, 1981)
Human Ecology Subject of Extension Course (March 25, 1981)
Indian Philosophy, Yoga and Dance Offered (March 25, 1981)
Metal Exhibition (March 27, 1981)
Jewelry Making Discussed (March 27, 1981)
Evening of Song Presented (March 27, 1981)
Ventriloquist and Dummy Appear in Comedy Routine (March 27, 1981)
Poet Marvin Bell to Speak (March 27, 1981)
Traditional Music from "The Old Country" Presented (March 27, 1981)
Boys of the Lough (photo caption / PSA) (March 27, 1981)
Films on Women Screened (March 27, 1981)
Humboldt Chorale Invites Singers (March 31, 1981)
Piano/Cello Recital (April 2, 1981)
HSU Theatre Arts Presents "The Phantom Tollbooth" (April 2, 1981)
Lectures, Seminars Examine Meditation in Daily Life (April 2, 1981)
Guitarist Alexandre Lagoya to Perform (April 2, 1981)
Wildlife Bowl Winners (April 2, 1981)
Two Italian Light Operas Presented (April 2, 1981)
Fickle Hill Performance (April 2, 1981)
Greenpeace Presents Environmental Films (April 2, 1981)
Picasso Lecture (April 2, 1981)
Statement re: Basketball Players (for informational purposes only - not released) (April 2, 1981)
University Continues Investigation (April 6, 1981)
Student Affirmative Action Board Formed (April 9, 1981)
"Rookies" Creator Offers Public Discussion on Screenwriting (April 9, 1981)
Annual Open House (April 9, 1981)
Woman Mountain Climber to Present Film, Workshop (April 10, 1981)
Annual Open House (PSA) (April 10, 1981)
American Youth Hostel Association Memberships (April 10,1981)
Northcoast Jazz Festival (April 15, 1981)
Chamber Music Features Mozart (April 15, 1981)
California Flora Discussed in Lectures (April 15, 1981)
14th Annual Humboldt Film Festival (April 15, 1981)
Cotten, Seeger Return to HSU (April 16, 1981)
Seventh Annual Wildlife Biology Conference (PSA) (April 16, 1981)
History Professor, Wife Named Danforth Associates (April 17, 1981)
Annual Competition Helps Keep Humboldt County History Alive (April 17, 1981)
Firefall in Concert (April 17, 1981)
Psychology Lecture Series Continues (April 20, 1981)
Bingo and Dinner Scheduled (April 22, 1981)
Marine Laboratory Open House (April 22, 1981)
14th Annual Humboldt Film Festival (corrected) (April 22, 1981)
Courses in Wellness, Weight Maintenance (April 23, 1981)
Course on Written Communication for Business (April 23, 1981)
Class on Innovative P.E. Methods (April 23, 1981)
Forensic Team Takes Sixth in Nationals (April 23, 1981)
Annual Wildlife Conference (April 24, 1981)
China Symposium (April 24, 1981)
Cinco de Mayo Festivities (April 24, 1981)
Disability Awareness Day (April 24, 1981)
Medical Consequences of Nuclear Weapons and War (April 24, 1981)
Local High Schools Compete in Annual Forensics Tournament (April 29, 1981)
Relationships, Meditation Explored in Seminar (April 30, 1981)
Women and Research Symposium (PSA) (April 30, 1981)
Symposium Examines Women and Research (April 30, 1981)
Tom Hayden to Speak (April 30, 1981)
Jeweler and Metalsmith Helen Shirk (PSA) (May 1, 1981)
Psychology Series Examines Current Topics (May 1, 1981)
Jeweler Discusses Art (May 1, 1981)
Mother's Day Pancake Breakfast (May 1, 1981)
Kenny Hall and the Long Haul String Band in Concert (May 1, 1981)
Dance Workshops with Nagrin (May 1, 1981)
Dancer Daniel Nagrin Performs in Jazz, Modern Dance Routines (May 1, 1981)
Choral Music Program (May 5, 1981)
Autograph Session and Poetry Reading (Special to the Times-Standard) (May 5, 1981)
Notice to News Directors re: Tom Hayden Press Conference (May 6, 1981)
Massage Film and Lecture (May 7, 1981)
Science and Technology Career Day (May 7, 1981)
Science and Technology Career Day (PSA) (May 7, 1981)
Time Management Explored in Class (May 7, 1981)
Theatre of Silence Perform (May 8, 1981)
Theatre of Silence (photo caption / PSA) (May 8, 1981)
Chemistry Lecture on Rare Gas (May 8, 1981)
Handweavings on Display (May 8, 1981)
Study-Tour of the United Kingdom (May 8, 1981)
Dance and Mime Combine Talents for Performance (May 8, 1981)
Contemporary Music Concert (May 8, 1981)
An Evening with Beckett (May 8, 1981)
One-Act Plays Presented (May 8, 1981)
Photographer, Collector to Lecture (May 11, 1981)
Spring Textile Show (photo caption / PSA) (May 12, 1981)
Israeli-Palestinian Peace Discussed (PSA) (May 12, 1981)
Humboldt Symphony Performance (PSA) (May 12, 1981)
Dance and Mime Performances (PSA) (May 12, 1981)
Spring Textile Exhibit (May 13, 1981)
Do-It-Yourself Solar Workshop (May 14, 1981)
Summer Children's Enrichment Program (May 14, 1981)
Summer Enrichment Program (PSA) (May 15, 1981)
Backpacking Course for the Beginner (May 15, 1981)
Final Coffeehouse Concerts (May 15, 1981)
Language Disorders Topic of Workshop (May 15, 1981)
Brandenburg Concerti Featured in Afternoon Spring Concert (May 15, 1981)
Asian Spring Festival Slated (May 15, 1981)
Math Tournament Results (May 18, 1981)
Workplace Democracy (PSA) (May 19, 1981)
Season Ticket Packages Available for HSU Performances (May 20, 1981)
Readers Theatre Presents Production in Four Parts (May 20, 1981)
Israeli-Palestinian Peace Discussed (May 20, 1981)
Symphony Presents Spring Concert (May 20, 1981)
"The Grandmothers" Appear in Concert (May 20, 1981)
Jazz Concert Features Works of Bernstein, Basie (May 21, 1981)
Toy Tops (Brian Hapgood) (photo caption) (May 22, 1981)
Students Donate Handmade Toy Tops to Needy Children (May 22, 1981)
Spring Crafts Faire Slated (May 22, 1981)
Wind Ensemble Presents Spring Concert (May 22, 1981)
Joint Efforts Continue for All-Weather Field (Special to the Union) (May 22, 1981)
Free Music Workshop Offered for Brass (May 27, 1981)
Band and Chamber Music Featured (May 27, 1981)
Solar Workshop Cancelled (May 27, 1981)
Nursery School Applications Accepted (May 28, 1981)
Biology Department Hosts Annual Open House (May 29, 1981)
Planning Sessions Scheduled for National Women's Studies Conference (May 29, 1981)
Humboldt's 1981 Commencement Ceremonies (June 1, 1981)
Cosentino (no headline) (June 3, 1981)
Puppet Show (June 3, 1981)
Gasquet Mountain Project (June 4, 1981)
Textile Exhibit (June 4, 1981)
Beyond Women's Lib (June 10, 1981)
One-Week Computer Course Offered (June 10, 1981)
Introduction to Polarity Theory (June 10, 1981)
Bird Awareness Course (June 10, 1981)
Linda Losee (Special to the Union / photo caption) (June 10, 1981)
Professor Awarded Fellowship in Musicology (June 10, 1981)
Student Graduates after 25 Years (photo caption) (June 10, 1981)
Notary Scholarship Awarded to HSU Student (June 12, 1981)
Journalism Students Receive Awards (+6 individual releases to various papers) (June 15, 1981)
Business Students Earn Awards (June 15, 1981)
Outstanding Students Recognized (+8 individual releases to various papers) (June 16, 1981)
Former Manhattan Beach Resident Honored (June 17, 1981)
Continuing Education Announces Summer Session Schedule (June 17, 1981)
Continuing Ed Summer Session (PSA) (June 17, 1981)
Real Estate Crash Course (June 17, 1981)
Grad Student Receives Botany Award (June 18, 1981)
Cheek Named Athletic Director (June 19, 1981)
Screenwriting, Management, Grant Writing Courses (June 24, 1981)
Continuing Ed Courses (PSA) (June 24, 1981)
Local Grads Honored (June 25, 1981)
Notice for Calendars (June 29, 1981)
Elderhostel (PSA) (June 29, 1981)
Elderhostel Offers Summer Program for Persons Over 60 (July 2, 1981)
Winners Announced in Local History Competition (July 2, 1981)
Local Residents Receive Degrees (July 2, 1981)
Campus Representative to FWC, NCAA Named (July 7, 1981)
Dean for Academic Planning Appointed (July 8, 1981)
Courses in Yoga, Journal Writing Offered (July 8, 1981)
HSU Names Basketball Coach (July 10, 1981)
Wildlife Professor Receives Fulbright (July 13, 1981)
Wrestling Coach Named (July 13, 1981)
SOAR Program (PSA) (July 15, 1981)
New Recreation Program Soars (July 15, 1981)
Courses Added for Summer Session (July 23, 1981)
Fibre Optics to be Used in Earthquake Experiment (August 3, 1981)
John Strand - Earthquake (photo caption) (August 3, 1981)
Marine Lab Announces Summer Hours (August 6, 1981)
Photographic Exhibit (PSA) (August 6, 1981)
Free Rental Listing Service (August 14, 1981)
Brass Chamber Music Workshop (August 14, 1981)
Final Sign-ups for Recreation Program (August 14, 1981)
Open House for Older Students (PSA) (August 14, 1981)
SOAR Summer Outdoor Activities and Recreation Program (PSA) (August 14, 1981)
HSU Board Elects Ashley, Vellutini (August 18, 1981)
McVicker, Van Hook Oils on Display (PSA) (August 20, 1981)
Engineering Department Receives Accreditation (August 27, 1981)
Public Administration Minor Approved for Fall Quarter (August 27, 1981)
Calendar Item - Library Exhibits (September 1, 1981)
Agent Orange Discussed (September 1, 1981)
Open House for Older Students (September 3, 1981)
Course in Stress Management (September 9, 1981)
Participants Sought for Homecoming Parade (September 11, 1981)
The Allman Brothers to Perform (September 18, 1981)
Homecoming Events Schedule (September 22, 1981)
Campus Parking (September 22, 1981)
Admissions and Records Hours Extended (September 22, 1981)
President's Outlook Optimistic Despite Reduced Resources (September 23, 1981)
Last Chance to Buy Season Tickets (September 24, 1981)
Variety of Courses Available to Community (September 25, 1981)
Peter Frampton in Concert (September 25, 1981)
Contemporary Psychology Subject of Class, Lecture Series (September 28, 1981)
Music of the Andes (September 20, 1981)
Biology Lecture Series (September 30, 1981)
Indian Scholar Discusses Poor Women, Children (September 30, 1981)
Planning Meetings Set for Women's Studies Conference (September 30, 1981)
Humboldt Chorale Invites Singers (October 2, 1981)
Mexican Art Exhibit (October 2, 1981)
Students Produce Films, Readers Festival (October 2, 1981)
Mexican Art Exhibit (PSA) (October 2, 1981)
1981 Who's Who Award Winner (Lanette Rousseau) (October 5, 1981)
1981 Hall of Fame Award Winners (Bill R. Hook, Patricia "Pat" Susan & Robert D. Lawson) (October 5, 1981)
Homecoming - the King and Queen (October 5, 1981)
HSU Student Employment Office Notice (PSA) (October 6, 1981)
Annual Lost and Found Auction (October 9, 1981)
Coffeehouse Concerts (October 9, 1981)
Quartet Features Steel Drum Concert (October 14, 1981)
Ethics and Disarmament Subject of Public Lecture by Visiting Scholar (October 16, 1981)
Letter to News Directors re: Press Conference (for above news release) (October 16, 1981)
Human Rights Violations in El Salvador Examined (October 16, 1981)
Community Courses Continue (October 16, 1981)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (October 22, 1981)
Indian Education Program Seeks Advisory Board Members (October 26, 1981)
Child Care Program Subject of Conference (October 29, 1981)
Child Care Conference (PSA) (October 29, 1981)
Alumni Bingo Sponsored (October 29, 1981)
Central American Films Shown (October 29, 1981)
Sound and Light Show Presented (October 29, 1981)
Expert to Speak on Medieval Music (October 29, 1981)
Counseling, Child & Family Service Center (PSA) (October 29, 1981)
Lecture on El Salvador (October 30, 1981)
French Farce Featured (October 30, 1981)
"Backwoods Jazz" Presented (October 30, 1981)
Correction on Counseling Center Release (PSA) (October 30, 1981)
Energy Crisis Subject of Lecture (November 3, 1981)
Piano Recital Features Music of Mozart, Chopin (November 5, 1981)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (November 5, 1981)
One-Acts Presented (November 5, 1981)
A Scientific Success Story Told (November 5, 1981)
Native American College Night (PSA & Release) (November 5, 1981)
Reception to Honor Hadley Trust (November 6, 1981)
"Tartuffe" (photo caption) (November 10, 1981)
Documentaries Examine Cooperatives (November 11, 1981)
Jazz Presented by Bay Area Group (November 13, 1981)
HSU & CR Bands Combine Forces (November 13, 1981)
Piano Performance Celebrates Bartok Centennial (November 12, 1981)
"Tartuffe" (PSA) (November 12, 1981)
Faculty Art Exhibit (photo caption / PSA) (November 13, 1981)
Faculty Art Exhibit (November 13, 1981)
Faculty Recital Presented (November 13, 1981)
Chamber Music Presented by Faculty (November 13, 1981)
HSU & CR Bands Combine Forces (corrected) (November 13, 1981)
Computerizing Your Small Business (Special to the Times-Standard) (November 13, 1981)
Norton Appointed to Indian Education Council (November 16, 1981)
Metropolitan Opera Broadcast on KHSU (November 19, 1981)
Important Moped News (campus media only) (November 23, 1981)
Vilem Kriz (PSA) (November 20, 1981)
Surrealist Photos on Display (November 20, 1981)
Library Sponsors Book Sale (November 20, 1981)
Slide Show and Lecture by Painter Keith Boyle (November 24, 1981)
Taj Mahal Performs Two Shows (November 25, 1981)
Reader's Theatre Presents "Amadeus" (November 25, 1981)
Variety Featured in Wind Ensemble Performance (November 25, 1981)
Coward, Porter Revue Featured (November 25, 1981)
Sacred Music Presented (November 25, 1981)
Free Job Listing at California Universities (November 30, 1981)
Annual Holiday Crafts Faire Hosted (November 30, 1981)
Female Crabs Sought in Project (December 1, 1981)
Malcolm Hamilton Joins Symphony (December 2, 1981)
"Amahl & the Night Visitors" (4 photo captions) (December 3, 1981)
Unique Version of "Amahl" Presented (December 3, 1981)
Community Christmas Concert Presented (December 3, 1981)
Founders Hall to be Repaired (December 4, 1981)
Sandra McPherson Poetry Reading (December 4, 1981)
Puccini's One Acts Presented (December 4, 1981)
Student-Directed One-Act Presented (December 4, 1981)
Medley of Music Presented (December 4, 1981)
Research Project Reveals Effects of Erosion on Fish (December 7, 1981)
Fish Research Story (3 photo captions) (December 4, 1981)
Continuing Ed - Winter Quarter Classes Offered to Community Residents (PSA also sent) (December 14, 1981)
Continuing Ed - Concurrent Enrollment Program (December 14, 1981)
National Radio Theatre Story (2 photo captions) (December 14, 1981)
National Radio Theatre Dramas Broadcast (December 14, 1981)
New York Chamber Soloists (PSA) (December 18, 1981)
New York Chamber Soloists Present Bach, Vivaldi Concerts (December 21, 1981)
Coffeehouse Concerts Continue (December 22, 1981)
U. Utah Phillips (December 22, 1981)
New York Opera Broadcasts on KHSU (December 22, 1981)
Finding Your Roots (December 23, 1981)

1982

Perrone Elected to HSU Advisory Board (January 4, 1982)
Sammy Hagar Presents Live Concert (January 4, 1982)
Continuing Education Courses Offered (January 6, 1982)
Jamaican Culture Topic of Lecture and Film (January 6, 1982)
Extraordinary Performances Presents "Give 'em Hell Harry" (January 6, 1982)
Hurricane Ridgerunners Perform Folk Tunes (January 7, 1982)
Benefit Given for HSU Music Department (January 8, 1982)
Cossu and DeGrassi Perform Jazz, Folk and Classical (January 8, 1982)
Women's Film Fest (January 8, 1982)
National Radio Theatre Dramas Broadcast (January 8, 1982)
University Center Opens Services to Community (January 11, 1982)
Student Employment (PSA) (January 14, 1982)
International Tournee of Animation (January 15, 1982)
Benefit Dance for the HSU Children's Center (PSA) (January 20, 1982)
Child Development Lab (January 22, 1982)
Alumni Bingo Sponsored (January 25, 1982)
National Radio Theatre (January 28, 1982)
Religious Cults Topic of Lecture (January 28, 1982)
Marimbist to Perform (January 28, 1982)
Master Goldsmith to Present Slides and Jewelry (January 28, 1982)
New York Metropolitan Operas (January 28, 1982)
"The Master Builder" Performed by Theatre Arts Department (January 28, 1982)
KHSU Benefit Concert (January 29, 1982)
Islamic Scholar to Speak (February 4, 1982)
Greenpeace Lecture (February 4, 1982)
Library and Foyer Gallery Exhibits (February 5, 1982)
February Continuing Education Workshops (February 5, 1982)
Maritime Display at Library (February 8, 1982)
Rotary Scholarships for International Study Announced (February 8, 1982)
Speech and Hearing Workshop (February 8, 1982)
Who's Who? (February 9, 1982)
Lecture and Slide Show by Judy North Raffael (February 11, 1982)
Video Art (February 11, 1982)
Theatre Arts Presents "Epiphany" (February 11, 1982)
Dance and Mime Performance (February 11, 1982)
Photographs by Herminia Dosal (February 11, 1982)
Management Workshop, Bilingual Education Program (February 16, 1982)
African Music and Dance Ensemble from U.C. Berkeley to Perform (February 17, 1982)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (February 18, 1982)
Singer Linda Allen (February 22, 1982)
Jazz Band Performs (February 22, 1982)
Chamber Choir (February 22, 1982)
Murphy Presents Paper at National Conference (February 24, 1982)
Lumberjacks Inc. to Hold Football Benefit (March 1, 1982)
Choral Concert (March 2, 1982)
Anti-Nuclear Film (March 2, 1982)
Sharks (March 2, 1982)
"Poland Today" Lecture (March 2, 1982)
Woyzeck (March 2, 1982)
Continuing Education Course in Personal Investments Offered (March 3, 1982)
Fishing Vessel Hydraulics Workshop (March 3, 1982)
Readers Theatre (March 5, 1982)
Sammy Hagar Presents Live Concert (March 5, 1982)
Lecture on China (March 5, 1982)
Poet Visits HSU (March 8, 1982)
HSU Opera Workshop Presents Comedies (March 8, 1982)
Tragic One-Acts (March 8, 1982)
Concert and Jazz Band to Perform (March 8, 1982)
World Champion 49'ers Coming to Arcata (March 8, 1982)
HSU Offers "Back to School" Workshop (March 10, 1982)
"Back to School" Workshop (PSA) (March 10, 1982)
Open House at Humboldt State University (PSA) (March 11, 1982)
Open House (sent only to Chs. 3 & 6) (PSA) (March 11, 1982)
Student Employment (PSA) (March 12, 1982)
HSU Named Among Best (March 16, 1982)
Continuing Education - Spring Quarter Classes Offered to Community Residents (March 17, 1982)
Continuing Education Spring Quarter (PSA) (March 17, 1982)
Book Offers "Framework" for Game Animals (March 18, 1982)
Humboldt Hoopsters to Meet March 30 (March 22, 1982)
HSU Alumni Bingo (March 23, 1982)
Professor's Jewelry Selected for Smithsonian (March 26, 1982)
Husband-Wife Dig "Secrets" Out of Mountains (March 29, 1982)
American Indian Film Festival (March 29, 1982)
Faculty Recital (March 29, 1982)
Salmon Troller's Workshop (March 29, 1982)
Property Auction Held (March 30, 1982)
Yoga Courses Offered (March 30, 1982)
Talk Show on KHSU (only to T-S) (March 31, 1982)
Lecture Series, Seminar Explore Transitions (April 1, 1982)
Solo Concert by Guitarist Basho (April 1, 1982)
Faculty Music Performance (April 1, 1982)
Biology Lecture Series (April 1, 1982)
Peace Corps Recruiter (April 2, 1982)
Coffeehouse Concerts (April 2, 1982)
Tennis Tournament Scheduled (April 2, 1982)
University Open House (Special to T-S and Union) (April 2, 1982)
Benefit Dance for Disarmament Day (PSA) (April 5, 1982)
The Beast and Anna Children's Play (PSA) (April 6, 1982)
Memo to News Directors re Stories (mathematical models & business simulation) (April 6, 1982)
Aphasia Workshop (April 8, 1982)
Cancer Discussed in Free Talk (April 12, 1982)
Children's Play Presented (April 12, 1982)
Ensemble Presents Baroque, Renaissance Classical Music (April 12, 1982)
Series Celebrates Charles Darwin (April 13, 1982)
Macchu Picchu Returns (April 13, 1982)
American Folk and Country Music Presented (April 13, 1982)
Thomas Clark Named HSU Outstanding Professor (April 14, 1982)
Professor Establishes Art Award (April 14, 1982)
Sequoia Chamber Music Workshop (PSA) (April 15, 1982)
Teenagers Sought for Chamber Music Workshop (April 15, 1982)
"Streetcar" to be Presented (April 15, 1982)
"Streetcar Named Desire" (PSA) (April 15, 1982)
J. Wood and the Blues Commandos (April 15, 1982)
Pancake Breakfast Benefits Alumni Scholarship (April 16, 1982)
Seafood Short Course (April 16, 1982)
KHSU Features Opera and Classics (April 19, 1982)
Women's Art Show (April 21, 1982)
Forestry Students Receive Scholarships (April 20, 1982)
They Shoot Seniors Don't They? (April 20, 1982)
Workers' Hygiene Topic of Seminar (April 20, 1982)
Asian-Pacific Heritage Week (April 20, 1982)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (April 20, 1982)
Students Take First in Competition (April 20, 1982)
Marine Lab Open House (April 21, 1982)
Adoption Seminar (April 23, 1982)
The Augustus Biffin Family Show (April 23, 1982)
Folk Music Presented Through Concert Series (April 23, 1982)
Appropriate Technology Discussed (April 27, 1982)
Continuing Education - New Classes About to Begin (April 27, 1982)
Coffeehouse Concerts Feature Folk to Jazz (April 28, 1982)
Poet Jorie Graham Honored with Guggenheim Fellowship (April 29, 1982)
Bilingual Education Seminars (April 29, 1982)
An Evening with George Bernard Shaw (April 29, 1982)
Local Schools Take Part in History Day (April 30, 1982)
Photographer Judy Dater to Speak (April 30, 1982)
Film on Indian History (April 30, 1982)
Irish and American Folk Music Presented (April 30, 1982)
Reagan Advisor Visits HSU (April 30, 1982)
Memo to Media re: President's Press Conference (May 4, 1982)
Free Film on Polish Jews (May 5, 1982)
Jeweler Presents Slide Show-Lecture (May 5, 1982)
Plant Ecologist to Discuss Forests and Ecosystems (May 5, 1982)
Dance and Mime Presented (May 7, 1982)
Woodwind Quintet Discussed (May 7, 1982)
Irish Folk Music Presented (May 7, 1982)
Women's Exhibit and Opening Schedules (May 10, 1982)
Student Officers Elected (May 12, 1982)
Continuing Education Summer Classes (PSA) (May 14, 1982)
Mushroom Expert to Speak (May 13, 1982)
Using Computers in Art (May 13, 1982)
Jewelry and Metalsmithing Lecture (May 13, 1982)
Student Compositions Presented (May 14, 1982)
Humboldt Wind Ensemble (May 14, 1982)
Floyd Westerman Performance (PSA) (May 14, 1982)
Theatre of Silence Performs (PSA) (May 14, 1982)
Student Awarded Apprenticeship with S.F. Opera Company (May 17, 1982)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (May 18, 1982)
KHSU Benefit (May 20, 1982)
Conference Focuses on American Indian Education (May 21, 1982)
Opera - The Tales of Hoffmann (PSA) (May 21, 1982)
The Tales of Hoffmann Presented (May 21, 1982)
History Day Winners (broadcast release) (May 21, 1982)
History Day Winners Announced (May 21, 1982)
Business Simulation Conference (photo caption to Arcata Union) (May 21, 1982)
Rhythm at the Rathskeller (May 21, 1982)
Concert and Jazz Bands to Perform (May 21, 1982)
Taiko Drummers (May 21, 1982)
Business Simulation Conference (photo caption to Oakland Tribune) (May 24, 1982)
Business Simulation Conference (photo caption to San Jose Mercury News) (May 24, 1982)
Business Simulation Conference (photo caption to Oakdale Leader) (May 24, 1982)
It's Not Called Summer School Anymore (May 24, 1982)
Campus Radio Station Can Now Be Heard (May 24, 1982)
Art, Music and Theatre Students Receive Awards (May 24, 1982)
Students Receive Scholarship to Study Overseas (May 25, 1982)
Women's Caucus Show (May 25, 1982)
Registration Materials Available (May 25, 1982)
Student Recital Honors Donor (May 25, 1982)
Former Forestry Worker Graduates Thanks to REPP (May 25, 1982)
Lewis Clevenger (broadcast release) (May 25, 1982)
Spring Choral Concert (May 26, 1982)
Original One-Act Presented (May 26, 1982)
"Romeo and Juliet" for Kids (May 26, 1982)
University Choir Performance (May 27, 1982)
Jazz Band Performance (May 27, 1982)
Fulbright Applications Available for Graduate Studies Overseas (May 27, 1982)
Summer School for Kids (May 28, 1982)
Commencement (broadcast release) (May 28, 1982)
Commencement - Science Activities (May 28, 1982)
Commencement 1982 (May 28, 1982)
Grad Students Share Rumble Award (June 2, 1982)
High School Seniors Receive Special Honors (June 3, 1982)
Humboldt to Stay with Quarter System (June 3, 1982)
Niclai Named Athletic Director (June 4, 1982)
Women's Center Publishes Poetry Book (June 6, 1982)
Memo Sent to News Directors: Sy Zachar (June 7, 1982)
Bird Awareness Course (June 8, 1982)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Results (June 9, 1982)
President's Honors Program Recognizes Local Students (June 10, 1982)
Journalism Students Receive Awards (June 11, 1982)
Lumberjack Receives All American Ranking (June 11, 1982)
Outstanding Students Recognized (June 11, 1982)
Summer Session - Special to the Times-Standard (June 16, 1982)
Soccer Camps (PSA) (June 18, 1982)
Hale Selected for Alumni Who's Who (June 21, 1982)
KHSU Benefit Concert (June 25, 1982)
Summer Camps for Kids (June 25, 1982)
Summer Camps for Kids (PSA) (June 25, 1982)
History Professor Receives Research Grant (June 25, 1982)
Continuing Education Summer Class - Offerings to Community Residents (June 28, 1982)
Student Employment #1 & #2 (June 29, 1982)
Women's Volleyball Camp for Coaches, Players (PSA) (July 15, 1982)
Students Receive Music Scholarships (July 21, 1982)
"Story Idea" re: Chamber Music Workshop (July 22, 1982)
University Publishes New Magazine (July 26, 1982)
Deadline Extended for Volleyball Camp Registration (August 10, 1982)
Off-Campus Housing Listing (August 10, 1982)
Free Rental Listing for Landlords (August 10, 1982)
KHSU Expands Classical Offerings (August 17, 1982)
Storage Sheds to be Auctioned (August 17, 1982)
Student's Art Work Displayed in Taiwan (August 18, 1982)
Danny Grimes (photo caption) (August 20, 1982)
Forestry Scholarship Established (August 25, 1982)
HSU Health and PE Chair Dies (August 31, 1982)
Computer Class for Kids (September 2, 1982)
Continuing Education Classes (PSA) (September 2, 1982)
Continuing Education - Foreign Language Classes (September 8, 1982)
Professional Training Institute Established (September 8, 1982)
Professional Training Institute (PSA) (September 8, 1982)
Memo to News Directors re: Professional Training Institute (September 8, 1982)
Former Student Ranks in Top 105 on CPA Exam (September 8, 1982)
Health and Leisure Classes Offered (September 10, 1982)
HSU Classes Open to Public (September 10, 1982)
Economics Workshop Offered to Teachers (September 10, 1982)
Music Student Awarded Scholarship (September 16, 1982)
PG&E Rebate to Dr. McCrone (photo caption) (September 16, 1982)
Heidi Chin (photo caption ) (September 17, 1982)
New Diving Courses Offered (September 17, 1982)
Watson Appointed Acting Division Chair (September 17, 1982)
College for Senior Citizens (September 20, 1982)
Over-60 Program (PSA) (September 20, 1982)
Understanding Football (September 21, 1982)
Residence Hall to be Closed (September 22, 1982)
Property Auction Scheduled (September 24, 1982)
Singers Invited to Join Chorale (September 24, 1982)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (September 27, 1982)
KHSU to Boost Power (September 27, 1982)
Memo to News Directors re: KHSU Boost (September 27, 1982)
Psychology Faculty Lecture Series (September 28, 1982)
Leon Redbone to Perform (September 30, 1982)
Homecoming Banquet October 29 (September 30, 1982)
Calendar of Events (October 1, 1982)
Labor Relations Seminar Slated (October 4, 1982)
Calendar of Events (October 8, 1982)
Cheap Suit Serenaders Perform KHSU Benefit (October 8, 1982)
Child and Family Service Center (PSA) (October 8, 1982)
Professor Publishes Book on Sequoia Park Controversy (October 8, 1982)
Tim Weisberg (Mara's release) (October 11, 1982)
Calendar of Events (October 15, 1982)
Cooperative Education Program "Exemplary" (October 15, 1982)
Haunted House Sponsored (October 15, 1982)
Piano Basic and Styles Offered (October 15, 1982)
Memo to News Directors/Editors re: Piano Class (October 15, 1982)
Homecoming King and Queen to be Crowned (October 15, 1982)
Homecoming (broadcast release) (October 15, 1982)
Professor Emeritus Establishes Mathematics Trust (October 18, 1982)
Indian Culture Documented (October 19, 1982)
Student Employment (PSA) (October 19, 1982)
Reception to be Held for Women's Hall of Famer (October 20, 1982)
Innovative Ways to Make Money (October 21, 1982)
Thinking Trim/Remaining Trim (October 21, 1982)
History Day (October 21, 1982)
Calendar of Events (October 22, 1982)
Student Wins Indian Scholarship (October 22, 1982)
Professor Lands Photography Award (October 25, 1982)
Duning's Work Displayed (October 26, 1982)
Comedy Ballet Revue Performs (October 26, 1982)
Leadership Courses (PSA) (October 26, 1982)
Leadership Seminars Slated (October 26, 1982)
Fall Enrollment (October 27, 1982)
HSU Foundation Elects Officers (October 29, 1982)
Calendar of Events (October 29, 1982)
Astronomy Lecture (November 1, 1982)
The Bacchae (PSA) (November 3, 1982)
Astronomy Lecture (corrected release) (November 3, 1982)
Hadley Named to Advisory Board (November 4, 1982)
Faculty Recital Presented (November 4, 1982)
Greek Drama Performed (November 5, 1982)
Calendar of Events (November 5, 1982)
Cultural Odyssey Coming (November 5, 1982)
Research Project Reaps Rewards (November 5, 1982)
Mark Twain on Stage (November 5, 1982)
Bingo (PSA) (November 5, 1982)
Alumni Sponsor Bingo (November 5, 1982)
Industrial Arts Education Week (November 5, 1982)
Student Recital to be Held (November 8, 1982)
Student-Faculty Film Showing (November 9, 1982)
Director of Plant Operations Named (November 9, 1982)
Student Awarded Scholarship (November 9, 1982)
Chinese Subject of Political Cartoons (November 9, 1982)
Karate Tournament Slated (November 9, 1982)
Karate Tournament (PSA) (November 9, 1982)
Calendar of Events (November 12, 1982)
Jazz Pianist Returns to HSU (November 12, 1982)
Piano Master Class (November 15, 1982)
Student Recital Presented (November 15, 1982)
Free Thanksgiving Concert (November 15, 1982)
Native American College Night (November 17, 1982)
Native American College Night (PSA) (November 17, 1982)
KHSU Membership drive (Special to Times-Standard) (November 17, 1982)
Art Faculty Exhibit (November 17, 1982)
Calendar of Events (November 22, 1982)
Registration Underway (November 29, 1982)
Student Recital (November 29, 1982)
Wrestling Clinic (PSA) (November 29, 1982)
Sam Shepard Play to be Presented (November 29, 1982)
Buried Child (PSA) (November 29, 1982)
Paul Horn Concert (November 29, 1982)
Jazz and Concert Bands Perform (November 29, 1982)
Choral Concert (November 29, 1982)
Wind Ensemble Performs (November 29, 1982)
HSU Musical Performance (PSA) (November 29, 1982)
Refugees of El Salvador Subject of Talk, Slide Show (November 29, 1982)
Cheap Trick (November 29, 1982)
Troika Balalaikas with the North Country Folk Ensemble (November 29, 1982)
Lumberjack Wins Award (December 1, 1982)
Calendar of Events (December 3, 1982)
Workshop on Oral Interpretation (photo caption) (December 3, 1982)
Student Recital Presented (December 3, 1982)
Holiday Music Concert (December 3, 1982)
Humboldt Symphony Performance (December 3, 1982)
Yearbook (PSA) (December 7, 1982)
Student Artwork Sought (December 7, 1982)
KHSU Opera Broadcast (December 8, 1982)
Continuing Education Winter Schedule (PSA) (December 8, 1982)
Student Awarded Internship (December 9, 1982)
Leisure Classes at HSU (December 14, 1982)
Business Classes Offered (December 16, 1982)
Gardening Class (December 16, 1982)

1983

New York Chamber Soloists Return (January 3, 1983)
William Ackerman to Perform (January 3, 1983)
Grant Writing Course Slated (January 3, 1983)
Lumberjack Editor Named (January 6, 1983)
News Director Selected (January 6, 1983)
Tournee of Animation (January 6, 1983)
Electronic Music Concerts (January 7, 1983)
Professor Awarded Grant to Finish Book (January 7, 1983)
Professor Named Outstanding Educator (January 10, 1983)
Journalism Professor Chosen for Award (January 11, 1983)
Slide Show and Commentary on China (January 11, 1983)
Students to Pay Higher Fees (January 11, 1983)
Student Employment (PSA) (January 13, 1983)
Ancestral Language Conference (January 13, 1983)
Ancestral Language Conference (PSA) (January 13, 1983)
Debussy Opera Broadcast on KHSU (January 14, 1983)
Health Fair Slated (January 14, 1983)
Health Fair (PSA) (January 14, 1983)
Black Drama Slated (January 14, 1983)
Danish Gymnastics Team (January 14, 1983)
Calendar of Events (January 14, 1983)
Film Series Debuts (January 14, 1983)
Science Building Dedication (PSA) (January 14, 1983)
Biology Lectures (January 14, 1983)
Science Building Open House, Dedication (January 19, 1983)
Memo to News Directors & Editors re: Science Building Dedication (January 19, 1983)
Einstein in One-Man Show (January 20, 1983)
Visiting Poet to Give Reading (January 20, 1983)
Dressing for Success (January 20, 1983)
Goldsmith Gives Free Talk (January 21, 1983)
Calendar of Events (January 21, 1983)
Exhibit Depicts Japanese-American Combat Unit (January 21, 1983)
Who's Who Nominations Being Accepted (January 25, 1983)
Who's Who Nominations (PSA) (January 25, 1983)
Memo to News Directors & Editors re: President's Press Conference (January 25, 1983)
Native Nebraskan Receives Award (January 26, 1983)
Poetry Reading (January 27, 1983)
Overseas Fellowships Offered to Students (January 27, 1983)
Jazz and Classical Music (January 27, 1983)
Workshop on Living the Single Life (January 27, 1983)
Sondheim Musical to be Performed (January 27, 1983)
"A Little Night Music" (PSA) (January 27, 1983)
Chamber Singers and Symphony to Perform (January 27, 1983)
Alumni Sponsor Bingo at Baywood (January 28, 1983)
Calendar of Events (January 28, 1983)
History Day Announced (January 28, 1983)
Photographer Edward Weston Discussed (January 28, 1983)
Ed Metzger at Science Dedication (photo caption) (January 21, 1983)
Ed Metzger & Dr. McCrone (photo caption) (January 31, 1983)
Ribbon Cutting Ceremony at Dedication (photo caption) (January 31, 1983)
Registration Deadline for HSU Spring Quarter (February 1, 1983)
Spring Quarter Registration (PSA) (February 1, 1983)
Israeli Scholar to Talk (February 1, 1983)
Metropolitan Opera Broadcast (February 1, 1983)
Speech & Hearing Offers Good Prospects for College Grads (February 4, 1983)
Speech & Hearing Story (photo caption) (February 4, 1983)
Calendar of Events (February 4, 1983)
NSF Fellowship Awarded Student (February 4, 1983)
Miller Drama Presented (February 4, 1983)
Metropolitan Opera Broadcast (February 7, 1983)
Donation Benefits Industrial Arts Students (February 11, 1983)
Calendar of Events (February 11, 1983)
Early Italian Song Contest (February 11, 1983)
Music Scholarship Benefit (February 11, 1983)
Scholarship Benefit Concert (PSA) (February 11, 1983)
Humorist to Perform (February 11, 1983)
Multimedia Performance (February 11, 1983)
Mime and Dance Presentation (February 11, 1983)
Outstanding Professor Named (February 15, 1983)
Metropolitan Opera Broadcast (February 17, 1983)
Porcelain and Paper on Exhibit (February 17, 1983)
HSU Advisory Board Elects New Chair (February 17, 1983)
Poet to Give Reading (February 17, 1983)
Athlete with Hodgkin's Disease to be Honored February 25, 1983)
Doc Severinsen in Concert (February 17, 1983)
Calendar of Events (February 18, 1983)
South American Music (February 18, 1983)
Information on Registration (February 18, 1983)
Career Workshop for Women (February 21, 1983)
Bell, Book and Candle Performed (February 23, 1983)
Bell, Book and Candle (PSA) (February 23, 1983)
Louie Bellson Joins Jazz Band (February 23, 1983)
Doc Watson in Concert (February 23, 1983)
Student Employment (PSA) (February 23, 1983)
Metalsmithing Exhibition (February 24, 1983)
Wind Ensemble (February 24, 1983)
Chorale and University Choir Concerts (February 24, 1983)
Choral Concert (February 24, 1983)
Musical Performance (PSA) (February 24, 1983)
Nominations Open for Women's Hall of Fame (February 24, 1983)
Master's in Environmental Systems (February 25, 1983)
Aerial Instrument Donated to Forestry Department (February 25, 1983)
Humboldt State Night Featured on KEET T.V. (February 25, 1983)
Mathematics Scholarship (February 28, 1983)
Continuing Education Spring Schedule (March 1, 1983)
David Weiss to Join Humboldt Symphony for Concert (March 2, 1983)
Free Saw Performance (March 2, 1983)
Humboldt Symphony Performance (March 2, 1983)
Anorexia Discussed in Seminar (March 2, 1983)
La Boheme to be Broadcast (March 2, 1983)
Jazz and Brass Concert (March 3, 1983)
Dance with the Rhythmaticians (March 3, 1983)
Continuing Education Extended Hours (March 4, 1983)
Continuing Education Extended Hours (PSA) (March 4, 1983)
Music Institute for Children (March 4, 1983)
Multi-Cultural Fair (PSA) (March 8, 1983)
Identity Conference Slated (March 9, 1983)
Nature Printing Class (Special to the Union) (March 10, 1983)
Community Classes Held (March 10, 1983)
HSU Classes Open to the Public (March 10, 1983)
Romantic Comedy to be Broadcast (March 11, 1983)
"Don Carlo" to be Broadcast (March 18, 1983)
Pell Grant Deadline Extended (PSA) (March 18, 1983)
Deadline on Student Artwork Extended (March 21, 1983)
Yearbook Deadline Extended (PSA) (March 21, 1983)
Updated Chamber Music Presented (March 24, 1983)
Sixteenth Annual Film Festival (March 25, 1983)
Grange Donates Funds (March 25, 1983)
Wagner Opera Broadcast (March 25, 1983)
Radio Production Class (March 25, 1983)
Class Helps You Reach Your Goals (March 25, 1983)
Reggae Band Performs (March 25, 1983)
Fishing Classes Slated (March 28, 1983)
Bird Watching Class Offered (March 28, 1983)
Beekeeping Class Offered (March 28, 1983)
Classes for Elementary School Teachers Slated (March 28, 1983)
Humboldt County History Day (broadcast release) (March 30, 1983)
Alumni Bingo (PSA) (March 30, 1983)
Alumni Association Sponsors Bingo (March 30, 1983)
Mathematics Lecture (March 30, 1983)
Piano Classes Geared to Beginners (March 30, 1983)
Attachment to History Day Release (listing of schools represented &teachers) (March 30, 1983)
History Day 1983 (March 30, 1983)
Science and Mathematics Workshop Aimed at Girls (March 31, 1983)
Publicity for Beginners (March 31, 1983)
University Newspaper Published (March 31, 1983)
Series Features Cultural Issues (April 1, 1983)
John Fahey Concert (April 1, 1983)
Indian Languages, Culture Discussed (April 5, 1983)
Former Humboldter Awarded Writing Grant (April 5, 1983)
New Options in Fisheries Approved at Humboldt State (April 7, 1983)
American Indian College Motivation Day (PSA) (April 7, 1983)
Private Donations Help Students (April 7, 1983)
Registration Nears for Identity Conference (April 7, 1983)
Identity Conference (PSA) (April 7, 1983)
American Indian College Motivation Day (April 7, 1983)
Shakespeare for Kids (April 8, 1983)
Wagner Opera to be Broadcast (April 8, 1983)
Student Employment (PSA) (April 8, 1983)
Renaissance Concert Series Presented (April 8, 1983)
Continuing Education Summer Classes (PSA) (April 8, 1983)
Cinco de Mayo (PSA) (April 8, 1983)
Zoologist Discusses Predators, Reptiles (April 11, 1983)
Native American Conference (April 14, 1983)
Symposium on Women and the Environment (April 14, 1983)
Prize-Winning Author to Speak (April 14, 1983)
Hui Story (broadcast release) (April 15, 1983)
Professor Publishes Landmark Book on Nutrition (April 15, 1983)
History Day Competition Results (April 15, 1983)
"Burn-Out" Workshop (Continuing Ed.) (PSA) (April 15, 1983)
Healing the Healers (April 15, 1983)
Alumni Association Names Who's Who (April 18, 1983)
Los Angeles Group to Perform (April 19, 1983)
KHSU Spring Schedule (April 19, 1983)
1983 Humboldt Yearbook (April 20, 1983)
Poetry, Artwork for Yearbook (April 20, 1983)
Art Professor to Speak (April 21, 1983)
Cinco de Mayo (April 21, 1983)
Jazz Tap Ensemble (April 21, 1983)
Business Simulation Game Results (April 21, 1983)
"Pippin" (PSA) (April 22, 1983)
The Jefferson Starship, Tim Weisberg and The Lloyds (April 22, 1983)
Memo to News Directors re: Performing Arts Campaign News Conference (April 22, 1983)
Spring Crafts Faire (April 22, 1983)
Graduates Stay in Humboldt County, Survey Shows (April 25, 1983)
Graduates Stay (broadcast release) (April 25, 1983)
Outstanding Mathematics Student (April 25, 1983)
Performing Arts Campaign (April 25, 1983)
Dance with Swingshift (April 29, 1983)
Arya (PSA) (April 29, 1983)
Meditation Subject of Lectures and Seminar (April 29, 1983)
Music Students Perform (April 29, 1983)
Sacramento Brass Quintet (April 29, 1983)
One-Man Play Presented (April 29, 1983)
Teenagers Sought for Chamber Music Workshop (May 3, 1983)
Chamber Music Workshop (PSA) (May 3, 1983)
Rental Listings at Housing and Food Services (May 4, 1983)
Humboldt Ranks First in Energy Conservation (May 4, 1983)
Nursing Student Named President of National Association (May 4, 1983)
Resume Writing Workshop (May 4, 1983)
One-Act Play Presented (May 5, 1983)
Humboldt Chorale and University Choir (May 5, 1983)
Humboldt Wind Ensemble (May 5, 1983)
Brain Subject of Public Lectures (May 5, 1983)
Creative Arts Students Recognized (May 6, 1983)
Pippin (May 6, 1983)
Student's Research Gives New Insight into Furry Mammal (May 10, 1983)
Beginning String Orchestra Concert (May 12, 1983)
Chamber Singers & Vocal Jazz Ensemble (May 12, 1983)
Student Awarded Scholarship (May 12, 1983)
Humboldt Symphony & Music Award Winners (May 12, 1983)
Fall Quarter Registration (May 12, 1983)
Racism & Courts Subject of Seminar (May 13, 1983)
Textiles Exhibit (May 18, 1983)
Visiting Geographer to Speak (May 18, 1983)
KHSU Spring Auction & KHSU Benefit Concert (May 18, 1983)
Student Production Presented (May 18, 1983)
Summer Fun for Kids (May 19, 1983)
Student Employment (PSA) (May 19, 1983)
Humboldt Wind Ensemble (PSA) (May 19, 1983)
Humboldt Symphony (PSA) (May 19, 1983)
Contemporary Chamber Players (May 20, 1983)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Results (May 24, 1983)
Kid's Music Institute Hosts Concert (May 24, 1983)
Summer Classes at HSU (May 26, 1983)
Enrichment Program Meeting (May 27, 1983)
P.M. Big Jazz Band (May 30, 1983)
Campus Radio Station Selects Board of Directors (May 30, 1983)
A.M. Big Jazz Band, Jazz Combos, Tuba Quartet (May 30, 1983)
Professor Receives Fellowship to Harvard (June 1, 1983)
Commencement - Science Open House (June 1, 1983)
Humboldt Commencement 1983 (June 1, 1983)
Professor's Research Delves into Altruistic Behavior (June 3, 1983)
Nursing Department Re-Accredited (June 3, 1983)
Altruistic Behavior Research (broadcast release) (June 7, 1983)
Outstanding High School Students Receive University Honors (June 9, 1983)
Outstanding Students Named (June 13, 1983)
Slide Shows at Marine Lab (June 14, 1983)
Biology Student Honored (June 14, 1983)
High School Students Honored (June 14, 1983)
Webb Bauer Award (June 16, 1983)
Barnum Awards Announced (June 16, 1983)
Rumble Award (June 17, 1983)
Children's Enrichment Program (PSA) (June 21, 1983)
Scholarships Awarded Journalism Students June 23, 1983)
Development Directory Named (June 24, 1983)
HSU Summer Programs (June 27, 1983)
Scholarships - Girls Volleyball Camp (PSA) (June 27, 1983)
Student Employment Office (June 27, 1983)
Alumni Award Scholarship (June 30, 1983)
Alumni Publication Wins Award (June 30, 1983)
Children's Enrichment Program (June 30, 1983)
Change on Children's Enrichment Program (PSA) (July 6, 1983)
Health & P.E. Division Chair (July 6, 1983)
Girls' Volleyball Camp (July 7, 1983)
Story Idea - Chamber Music Workshop, L.A. Times Story (July 18, 1983)
Indian Philosophy Discussed (July 18, 1983)
Student Employment (PSA) (July 19, 1983)
Deadline Extended - Girls' Volleyball Camp (August 2, 1983)
Ecology for Teachers (August 24, 1983)
Nominations Sought for Indian Board (August 29, 1983)
Radio Station Receives Grant (August 29, 1983)
Local Students Participate in National Competition (August 29, 1983)
Memo to Deans & Chairs re: Story Ideas (August 29, 1983)
Survey Reveals Volunteerism (September 1, 1983)
Classes Slated for Reentry Students (September 2, 1983)
Business Program Sponsored at Night (September 7, 1983)
Reentry Workshop & Night Program (PSA) (September 7, 1983)
Student Employment (PSA) (September 8, 1983)
Continuing Education Schedules (September 8, 1983)
Music Institute for Children (September 8, 1983)
Hilton President Leads Off Lecture Series (September 8, 1983)
Family Violence Workshop (PSA) (September 14, 1983)
Workshop on Violence (September 15, 1983)
Scholarship Honors Professors (September 15, 1983)
New Scholarship Established (September 15, 1983)
The Tubes in Concert (September 16, 1983)
Free Psychology Lecture Series (September 20, 1983)
Free Psychology Lecture Series (PSA) (September 20, 1983)
Ways to Stay Fit (September 20, 1983)
Students Top Scorers on Test (September 20, 1983)
Students Top Scorers on Test (PSA) (September 20, 1983)
Continuing Education Sign-ups for Fall (PSA) (September 20, 1983)
Chinese Language Class to be Offered at HSU (September 22, 1983)
Classes for Kids at HSU (September 22, 1983)
HSU Classes Open to Public (September 22, 1983)
Sharing the Singles Experience (September 22, 1983)
KHSU Benefit (September 20, 1983)
Evening of Shakespearean Seductions (September 30, 1983)
Popular South American Group Returns (October 4, 1983)
Ecology for Teachers (October 7, 1983)
Student Receives Teachers Scholarship (October 7, 1983)
Seafood Workshop (October 7, 1983)
Bella Lewitzky Dance Company to Perform (October 7, 1983)
Five Original Plays at HSU (October 10, 1983)
Two Photography Exhibitions at HSU (October 10, 1983)
"Woyzeck" Screenings at HSU (October 10, 1983)
Low-Cost Counseling Available (PSA) (October 10, 1983)
Hilton President Leads Off Lecture Series (October 10, 1983)
Three Nursing Workshops Offered at HSU (October 10, 1983)
Pizza Night Benefit for Child Development Lab (PSA) (October 12, 1983)
Math Colloquium at HSU (October 12, 1983)
HSU Foundation: An Additional Community Benefit (October 12, 1983)
Homecoming Banquet October 21 (October 13, 1983)
Senior Citizens Occupy Homecoming Throne (October 14, 1983)
Policy-Making for Volunteer Boards of Directors (October 18, 1983)
HSU Students First in Repaying Federal Loans (October 18, 1983)
Women's Center Presents Jazz Duo (October 21, 1983)
Internationally Known Poet to Read at HSU (October 21, 1983)
Humboldt State Enrollment Declines (October 21, 1983)
Martin Luther Commemorated in Film & Panel Discussion (October 31, 1983)
KHSU Pledge Drive to Begin (November 1, 1983)
Steeves Elected President of HSU Foundation (November 8, 1983)
Special Nursing Seminar at HSU (November 8, 1983)
Computer Selection Seminars (November 8, 1983)
Print Exhibition by Askin and Schwab (November 11, 1983)
Federal and State Tax Workshops (November 15, 1983)
American Indian Bilingualism in the Community Conference (November 15, 1983)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (November 15, 1983)
Former Presidential Candidate to Appear at HSU (November 16, 1983)
Charles Barnum Local History Contest (PSA) (November 16, 1983)
Student Journalism Club Named Outstanding Chapter (November 17, 1983)
KHSU Music Video Tapes Night (November 17, 1983)
Intervention in Granada to be Debated (November 18, 1983)
Del Biaggio New HSU V.P. of Administrative Affairs (November 18, 1983)
Music Studies for Youth (November 29, 1983)
Research Project Reaps Rewards (November 29, 1983)
Russian Defector to Speak (November 29, 1983)
Pi Gamma Mu Meeting (December 2, 1983)
Reading Machine for the Blind Available at HSU and Tip Sheet for Press Demonstration (December 6, 1983)
Native Myths and Legends (December 8, 1983)
Calling All Sailing Buffs (December 8, 1983)
Kurzweil Reading Machine Tip Sheet to Radio News Directors (December 8, 1983)
Students Honored (December 12, 1983)
Artists Participate in Indian Exhibition (December 14, 1983)
Scholar Recalls University History (December 14, 1983)
Cloisonne Subject of Lecture (December 14, 1983)
Evening Business Program (December 14, 1983)
Variety of Extension Courses (December 15, 1983)
Business Seminars (December 15, 1983)
"Superlearning" Workshops (December 15, 1983)
Foreign Language Classes (December 19, 1983)
Courses for Kids (December 19, 1983)
McClatchy High Alumnus Top in Class (December 19, 1983)
Exhibition Features Modern Romances (December 20, 1983)
Criminal Justice Program (December 20, 1983)
Student Receives Internship (December 20, 1983)

1984

Scientist Discovers Boon for Beekeepers (January 3, 1984)
Low Cost Tests for Children (January 3, 1984)
Webb Appointed Vice President (January 9, 1984)
Children's Center Benefit Dance (PSA) (January 13, 1984)
Management, Fun Raising Covered in Workshop (January 13, 1984)
"Women for Success" Breakfast (January 17, 1984)
Free Fingerprinting for Children (January 17, 1984)
Writers Wanted for "Toyon" (PSA) (January 19, 1984)
Science Building Closed (January 23, 1984)
Alumni President Elected (January 25, 1984)
Symposium on Agent Orange (January 25, 1984)
Let the Sun Shine - Sun Dial and Students (photo caption) (February 2, 1984)
Student Employment Office (February 2, 1984)
Black History Month Celebrated (February 3, 1984)
Black History Month Celebrated (PSA) (February 3, 1984)
Marine Studies Enhanced by Boat Donation (February 7, 1984)
Newman Center Sponsors Concert (February 8, 1984)
Newman Center Sponsors Concert (PSA) (February 8, 1984)
North Coast Invitation Karate Championship (PSA) (February 8, 1984)
Marine Biologist to Lecture (February 9, 1984)
Alienated Catholics Meeting (February 14, 1984)
Professor Named Outstanding Educator (February 15, 1984)
Middle Eastern Dance Workshop and Performance (February 16, 1984)
Middle Eastern Dance Workshop and Performance (PSA) (February 16, 1984)
Benefit for Mexican Orphanage - Newman Center (February 16, 1984)
Benefit for Mexican Orphanage - Newman Center (PSA) (February 16, 1984)
Fiction and Prose Writer to Appear (February 16, 1984)
John D. Houston (PSA) (February 16, 1984)
Spiritual Healing and Psychotherapy Lecture (February 16, 1984)
German Painting, Graphics on Exhibition (February 17, 1984)
Clinic Offers Counseling Services (February 17, 1984)
Clinic Offers Counseling Services (PSA) (February 17, 1984)
Understanding Cancer Course Offered (February 17, 1984)
Understanding Cancer Course Offered (PSA) (February 17, 1984)
Nominations Sought for 1984 Who's Who Award (February 22, 1984)
Performing Arts Program Receives NEA Grant (February 23, 1984)
History Day at Humboldt State (February 23, 1984)
Mental Health in China Explored (February 23, 1984)
Geologist Named Humboldt's Outstanding Professor (February 23, 1984)
Applications Accepted for Indian Teacher Program (February 23, 1984)
Film Festival Sponsors Dinner-Dance (February 24, 1984)
Youths Present Concert (February 24, 1984)
Alumni Association Sponsors Bingo & PSA (February 27, 1984)
Vanderklis Named President of Law Enforcement Chiefs Association (February 28, 1984)
Medicine Man Headlines Conference (February 28, 1984)
Grants to Help Dairy Research (March 2, 1984)
Two Named to Advisory Board (March 2, 1984)
Sport and Fitness Classes Offered (March 8, 1984)
Be a DJ, Learn about Gandhi and Understand Lawsuits (March 8, 1984)
Founder's Plaque to be Dedicated (March 8, 1984)
Music Courses to be Offered (March 13, 1984)
Nature Study and Art Courses Offered (March 13, 1984)
Graphic Design Student Wins Scholarship (March 13, 1984)
Nationally Known Writer to Give Reading at HSU (March 13, 1984)
Nationally Known Writer to Give Reading at HSU (PSA) (March 13, 1984)
Evening Business Program (March 13, 1984)
Science Building Update - Not for release (March 13, 1984)
Student Employment (PSA) (March 14, 1984)
Sailing Club Activities (March 15, 1984)
Sailing Club Activities (March 15, 1984)
Herbal Workshop (March 15, 1984)
Women in India (March 15, 1984)
Understanding Cancer Course (re-release) (March 16, 1984)
Understanding Cancer Course (re-release) (PSA) (March 16, 1984)
Rosalind Ribnick - Exclusive to AP (March 21, 1984)
Women and the Environment (March 22, 1984)
Businesses Raise $28,800 for Humboldt State (March 22, 1984)
Landlords and Renters Service (March 26, 1984)
Landlords and Renters Service (PSA) (March 26, 1984)
Science Research Equipment Donated (March 26, 1984)
"Time" Magazine Editor Inaugurates Lecture Series (March 26, 1984)
University Research Activities Explained (March 29, 1984)
"New Ways of Thinking" - Nagler (PSA) (March 29, 1984)
Presidential Scholars Recognized (Fall Quarter) (March 29, 1984)
Chamber Music Workshop Geared to Teenagers (March 30, 1984)
"New Ways of Thinking" (March 30, 1984)
Indian Philosopher and Teacher to Speak at HSU (March 30, 1984)
Vet Rehab Counselor Visits HSU (April 4, 1984)
Religious Studies Program Sponsors Lecture (April 4, 1984)
Karsten Prager Inaugurates Lecture Series (PSA) (April 6, 1984)
Local Bank Competes with Giants (April 6, 1984)
America Without Violence (April 6, 1984)
Science & Natural Resources Scholarship Announcement (April 10, 1984)
Joint Custody Topic of Conference (April 11, 1984)
Middle East Policy Topic of Lecture (April 12, 1984)
Gandhi's Grandson to Give Talk (April 13, 1984)
Humboldt Preview (April 16, 1984)
A College Program Geared to Older Students (April 16, 1984)
Grants Awarded for Dairy Research (April 16, 1984)
Humboldt, Mendocino County Students Win History Contest (April 16, 1984)
Student Wins National Science Foundation Fellowship (April 17, 1984)
Astronomy Lectures at HSU (April 17, 1984)
Pesticides Topic of Seminar (April 17, 1984)
Pesticides Topic of Seminar (PSA)(April 17, 1984)
Cross-Cultural Language Development Seminar (April 17, 1984)
Housing Office Holds Open House (April 17, 1984)
Davis House Counseling Services (PSA) (April 18, 1984)
Group Counseling Offered (April 18, 1984)
HSU Science Dean Named (April 18, 1984)
Student Wins Geography Award (April 18, 1984)
Juried Student Art Exhibition (April 18, 1984)
10 Annual Textile Exhibition (PSA) (April 19, 1984)
Speech & Hearing Testing - Photo / Story possibility (April 24, 1984)
Computer Researcher Gives Two Lectures (April 24, 1984)
Women's Center Presents Video Tapes (April 24, 1984)
Humboldt Preview (photo captions)(April 24, 1984)
Vietnam Veterans' Social Scheduled (April 24, 1984)
Sundial Dedication and Mathematics Lectures at HSU (April 27, 1984)
Culture & Conflict in the Philippines (April 27, 1984)
Students Flock to Sign Language Class (April 27, 1984)
Student Employment Office (PSA) (May 2, 1984)
Painting Slides and Lecture (May 2, 1984)
Free Music Concert (May 2, 1984)
California Photo History (May 2, 1984)
Preview Day (photo caption) (May 2, 1984)
Nuclear Ethics and Industry (May 2, 1984)
CCAT Meeting (May 2, 1984)
Forensic Anthropologist Solves Mysteries (broadcast release) (May 8, 1984)
Local Bank Competes with the Giants (broadcast release) (May 8, 1984)
Actress Reads Poetry and Prose (May 8, 1984)
The Chord Approach to Piano Playing (May 8, 1984)
Textile Exhibit and Demonstrations (May 8, 1984)
Writing Contest Winner Announced (May 8, 1984)
Poetry and Prose Reading by HSU Profs (May 8, 1984)
Math Contest Winners Announced (May 10, 1984)
Outlook Good for New Teachers (broadcast release) (May 10, 1984)
Speech and Hearing Clinic for Children (photo caption) (May 10, 1984)
Posts Filled by Faculty - Rothrock & Chaney (May 11, 1984)
Top Graduate at SU (May 18, 1984)
HSU Veterans Celebrate Memorial Day (May 18, 1984)
Lumberjack Days (photo caption) (May 22, 1984)
Math Seniors Win Awards (May 22, 1984)
Computer Information Major Approved at HSU (May 22, 1984)
Lumberjack Days (photo caption) (May 23, 1984)
Graduate Students Exhibition (May 25, 1984)
Education Scholarship Awarded (May 25, 1984)
From Fantasy to Reality in Oral Interpretation Workshop (May 25, 1984)
Local Students Win Prizes at State Contest (May 25, 1984)
HSU Commencement Open Houses (May 29, 1984)
Main Frame Computer Donated (May 29, 1984)
Commencement Activities at HSU (May 29, 1984)
Students Named Men and Women of the Year (May 31, 1984)
Students Recognized for Contributions (may 31, 1984)
HSU Science Building Closed for Summer (June 1, 1984)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Results (June 4, 1984)
Gai Elected President of National Social Welfare Organization (June 4, 1984)
Student Employment (PSA) (June 4, 1984)
Journalism Students Awarded Scholarships (June 4, 1984)
Carlson Named Manager of HSU Associated Students (June 8, 1984)
Bird Awareness Course (June 8, 1984)
Forth Computer Courses (June 8, 1984)
Enrichment for Children (June 8, 1984)
Summer Courses for Teachers (June 8, 1984)
Redlands Resident Graduates with Honors (June 12, 1984)
Child Management Course (June 14, 1984)
Health & Physical Fitness Summer Course (June 14, 1984)
Summer Foreign Language Classes (June 14, 1984)
Honor Graduate Wins Award (June 14, 1984)
Thousand Oaks Resident Speaks at Graduation (June 14, 1984)
Veteran's Voc Rehab Counselor Visit (June 15, 1984)
Veteran's Voc Rehab Counselor Visit (PSA) (June 15, 1984)
Computer Achievement Recognized (June 15, 1984)
Students Exit Dorms (photo caption) (June 18, 1984)
McCrone Appoints New Academic Vice President (June 20, 1984)
Summer Continuing Education Variety (June 20, 1984)
Native American Program Graduates Three (June 22, 1984)
Student Employment (PSAs) (June 28, 1984)
Marine Lab (PSA) (June 28, 1984)
Marine Laboratory Tours in Trinidad (July 5, 1984)
Marine Lab (photo caption) (July 11, 1984)
Home Energy Workshop (July 12, 1984)
Girl's Volleyball Camp (July 23, 1984)
How to Write for the Media (July 23, 1984)
Children's Enrichment Program (July 23, 1984)
Storytelling for Teachers (July 23, 1984)
Beginning Accounting Class (July 23, 1984)
CCAP Open House for Kids (PSA) (July 25, 1984)
Open House (July 25, 1984)
Vietnam Veterans Spaghetti Feed & Dance (PSA) (July 26, 1984)
Alumni Choose "Who's Who" (August 8, 1984)
RSVP Moves (August 9, 1984)
New Business Manager Named (August 9, 1984)
San Diegan Top of Her Class (August 13, 1984)
HSU Athletes Feted (August 14, 1984)
Howard Goodwin (August 14, 1984)
Brochure Wins Award (August 14, 1984)
Advisory Board Members Reappointed (August 17, 1984)
Music Department Awards Scholarship (August 29, 1984)
Music Studies for Kids (August 30, 1984)
Simpson VP Named to HSU Advisory Board (August 31, 1984)
Businesses Form Partnership with University (September 5, 1984)
Psychology Lecture Series Open to Public (September 7, 1984)
Night Registration for Business Students (September 13, 1984)
Fish Habitat Subject of Conference (September 13, 1984)
New Computer Major Offered at HSU (September 13, 1984)
Local Fisheries Chapter Receives Award (September 13, 1984)
Fall Line Up for Continuing Education (September 14, 1984)
Working Alternatives (September 14, 1984)
Portuguese Language and Life Topic of Course (September 14, 1984)
Sorensen Directs Fiscal Affairs at HSU (September 17, 1984)
Student Employment (PSA) (September 19, 1984)
HSU to Welcome Returning Alumni (September 19, 1984)
Appropriate Technology Meetings (September 20, 1984)
Pathology Workshops for Health Professionals (September 20, 1984)
Workshops for Writers (September 20, 1984)
Metalwork and Jewelry Displayed at HSU (September 20, 1984)
Tip Sheet (October 1, 1984)
Class for Home Builders (October 2, 1984)
Multi-Cultural College Motivation Day (PSA) (October 3, 1984)
Appropriate Technology Meeting (October 3, 1984)
Geologist to Speak (October 3, 1984)
Engineering Department Receives Re-Accreditation (October 8, 1984)
Veteran Honored for Service to Others (J. Cunningham) (October 10, 1984)
HSU will Hold Public Auction (PSA) (October 10, 1984)
Appropriate Technology Events Slated (October 10, 1984)
Monroe Spaght Lecturer (R. Everett) (PSA) (October 12, 1984)
MITRE President to Deliver Address (Monroe Spaght) (October 16, 1984)
Religion and Politics Seminar (October 16, 1984)
Superlearning Workshops Slated (October 18, 1984)
Workshop on Financial Success (October 18, 1984)
Better Business Communication and Supervision Workshops (October 18, 1984)
Professor Named to Special Lectureship (October 18, 1984)
Homecoming King and Queen (October 19, 1984)
More Freshmen Coming to Humboldt (October 23, 1984)
CCAT Activities (October 24, 1984)
Woodside Resident Graduates Top in Class (October 24, 1984)
Free Fingerprinting for Children (October 24, 1984)
Honors at Entrance (October 26, 1984)
HSU Dorms to Generate Own Energy (October 30, 1984)
Low-Cost Counseling Offered (November 1, 1984)
Indian Education Program Seeks Advisory Board Members (November 1, 1984)
HSU Foundation Officers Elected (November 1, 1984)
Poet Robert Hass to Read at HSU (November 1, 1984)
Clausen Honored for Donation to HSU (November 2, 1984)
Short Story Contest Open for Competition (November 2, 1984)
Adopt-a-Student for Thanksgiving (November 5, 1984)
Student Employment (PSA) (November 8, 1984)
Multi-Cultural College Motivation Day (November 8, 1984)
Retired Teachers Give Scholarship (November 9, 1984)
Multi-Media Constructions on Exhibit (November 9, 1984)
Indian Program Gets New Directory (November 9, 1984)
November Tip Sheet (November 9, 1984)
Author of Super Stocks to Speak (November 12, 1984)
Students Score High on Teacher Exam (November 27, 1984)
Chinese Elders Focus of Documentary (November 30, 1984)
Winners in Plant-Naming Contest (December 4, 1984)
Former Santa Cruz Resident Named to National Board (December 4, 1984)
Forestry Department Reaccredited (December 4, 1984)
Community Housing Office (PSA) (December 4, 1984)
Custodial Chief Named (December 4, 1984)
HSU's Over-Sixty Program (December 10, 1984)
HSU's Over-Sixty Program (PSA) (December 10, 1984)
Classes for Kids - Continuing Education (December 14, 1984)
Business Courses Open to Community (December 14, 1984)

1985

Children's Center Sponsors Dance (January 3, 1985)
Children's Center Sponsors Dance (PSA) (January 3, 1985)
"Found" Property for Sale (January 4, 1985)
Resume Writing Workshop (January 4, 1985)
Resume Writing Workshop (PSA) (January 4, 1985)
Computer Fair Slated (January 16, 1985)
Computer Fair Slated (PSA) (January 16, 1985)
Juggling Society Meets (January 16, 1985)
Tenants Rights Workshop (January 16, 1985)
Tenants Rights Workshop (PSA) (January 16, 1985)
Lectures for Scientists and Mathematicians (Kieval Lecture) (January 17, 1985)
Religion in the Soviet Union (January 17, 1985)
Disabled Awareness Days Scheduled (January 17, 1985)
Actress Victoria Ann-Lewis Presents Film, Workshop (January 17, 1985)
Submissions for "Toyon" Accepted (January 22, 1985)
Submissions for "Toyon" Accepted (PSA) (January 22, 1985)
Cultural Tour with Emeritus Professors (January 22, 1985)
Senior Pictures Taken (PSA for KHSU) (January 22, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (January 24, 1985)
Improve Your Writing and Editing (January 28, 1985)
Saturday Seminars on Communication (January 28, 1985)
Noted Religion Speaker (January 31, 1985)
Noted Religion Speaker (PSA) (January 31, 1985)
Women's Film Festival Slated (January 31, 1985)
English Professor Awarded NEA Grant (January 31, 1985)
Humboldt Names Outstanding Professor (February 1, 1985)
Over 60 Students Program (PSA) (February 4, 1985)
HSU Athletic Director Resigns (February 12, 1985)
Avant-Garde Film and Theatre (February 14, 1985)
Rugby Exhibition Match (February 14, 1985)
Local Watercolorist to Speak (February 14, 1985)
Internationally Known Writer to Speak (February 14, 1985)
Northwestern California Art on Display (February 14, 1985)
English Teacher Lauded (February 14, 1985)
The Return of the Salmon (exclusive to S.F. Chronicle) (February 14, 1985)
Humboldt State Names Acting Athletic Director (February 15, 1985)
Presidential Scholars Recognized (February 20, 1985)
Dobkin Honored (February 20, 1985)
Missing Person (February 22, 1985)
Japanese-American Internment Film and Resister Presented at HSU (February 26, 1985)
HSU Plant Operations Names New Supervisor (February 26, 1985)
Human Powered Vehicle Contest (February 26, 1985)
Community Housing (PSA) (March 5, 1985)
Nature Topic of Weekend College (March 5, 1985)
Summer Chamber Music Workshops (March 5, 1985)
HSU's Over-Sixty Program (March 5, 1985)
HSU's Over-Sixty Program (PSA) (March 5, 1985)
Plastics Lab Added at HSU (March 5, 1985)
Alumni Seek Who's Who (March 5, 1985)
Natural Resources Conference (March 7, 1985)
Meditation Offered (March 7, 1985)
Oral Interpreters to Perform (March 7, 1985)
American Indian College Motivation Day (March 7, 1985)
American Indian College Motivation Day (PSA)(March 7, 1985)
President's News Media Meeting Letter (March 8, 1985)
Computer Explosion Examined (photo caption) (March 12, 1985)
Performance Art Presentation (March 13, 1985)
Juggling Club Meets (March 14, 1985)
Women and the Environment (March 14, 1985)
Marine Lab Offers Tours (March 14, 1985)
Marine Lab Offers Tours (PSA) (March 14, 1985)
Coastal Gardening and Small Farming Systems (March 21, 1985)
Foreign Languages and Fly Fishing (March 21, 1985)
Courses for Teachers (March 21, 1985)
Business Courses Offered (March 21, 1985)
Humboldt State Alumni Gather in San Francisco (March 21, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (March 21, 1985)
HSU Alumni to Hold Reception in Irvine (March 26, 1985)
Nuclear War Discussed in Series (March 28, 1985)
Nuclear War Discussed in Series (PSA) (March 28, 1985)
Science, Higher Education are Topics (March 28, 1985)
Series on Arcata Marsh (March 28, 1985)
CenterArts Called Model Program in the West (March 28, 1985)
It's for the Dogs (April 2, 1985)
"Maverick" Mathematician - Kieval Lecture (April 2, 1985)
Cloisonne Artist Presents Slides (April 2, 1985)
History Day Winners (April 2, 1985)
Business Support for Humboldt State Tops $30,000 (photo captions) (April 2, 1985)
Workshops for Non-Profits (April 4, 1985)
Management Workshops for Supervisors (April 4, 1985)
Author Sive Cedering to Speak at HSU (April 4, 1985)
Diane Wakoski Appears (April 10, 1985)
Range Management Student Wins Scholarship (April 10, 1985)
In Praise of Computers (photo special to the Arcata Union) (April 10, 1985)
Creativity, Science Fiction & Childbirth Courses (April 11, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (April 15, 1985)
Films by Gregg Schiffner (April 16, 1985)
Utility Donates Funds to Humboldt (April 16, 1985)
University Names Business Dean (April 23, 1985)
New Affirmative Action Officer Named (April 23, 1985)
Earth Day (PSA) (April 23, 1985)
Black Women in Art Topic of Talk (April 23, 1985)
Nuclear War Film and Discussions (April 23, 1985)
Student Wins National Science Foundation Fellowship (April 23, 1985)
Governor Picks Humboldt Student for Trustee (April 26, 1985)
New York Times Editor Will Speak at HSU (April 25, 1985)
Wheelchair Basketball (May 1, 1985)
Continuing Education Director Appointed (May 1, 1985)
Women's Self-Defense Workshop (May 1, 1985)
Student Writers Recognized in Contests (May 1, 1985)
Chamber Music Workshop Geared to Teenagers (May 1, 1985)
Poet Carolyn Wright (May 1, 1985)
Talks on Stars and Planets (May 1, 1985)
Native American Culture Seminar (May 1, 1985)
Native American Culture Seminar (PSA) (May 1, 1985)
Business Workshops (May 2, 1985)
Mother's Day Breakfast is Served (May 3, 1985)
Family Weekend (May 3, 1985)
Family Weekend (PSA) (May 3, 1985)
Is Scotland Calling You? (May 7, 1985)
Toyon Reception and Reading (May 7, 1985)
Student Places Second in National Theatre Competition (May 7, 1985)
African and South American Musical Blend (May 7 1985)
Research Reveals New Information about Abused Children and Language (May 7, 1985)
Employees Rewarded for Outstanding Work (May 7, 1985)
Multicultural Storytelling Workshop (May 7, 1985)
Fisheries Scholarship Established (May 7, 1985)
Fish Fry Benefits Small Fries (May 10, 1985)
Fish Fry Benefits Small Fries (PSA) (May 10, 1985)
Marine Geologist to Explain Crust Formations (May 14, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (May 15, 1985)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Results (May 15, 1985)
Carving a Niche as a Writer (May 16, 1985)
New Writing Program Offered at HSU (May 16, 1985)
Donald F. Strahan Obit (May 20, 1985)
Native American Art Shows Path (May 21, 1985)
Local Students Win at State History Day (May 22, 1985)
Fisheries Equipment Donated (May 22, 1985)
Chicken Soup Cures: Fact or Fiction? Liu Hui (May 22, 1985)
Math Competition Winners (May 22, 1985)
Chemistry Junior Wins Prize (May 22, 1985)
Balabanis & Bosco Featured at HSU Commencement (May 22, 1985)
Student Wins Fellowship (May 22, 1985)
Tips for Renters Available (May 22, 1985)
Poland Discussed in Free Talk (May 22, 1985)
Poland Discussed in Free Talk (PSA) (May 22, 1985)
Correction: Poland Discussed in Free Talk (May 23, 1985)
Nuclear Physicist to Speak at HSU (media note) (May 28, 1985)
Artists and Commercial Galleries (May 28, 1985)
Textiles on Display (May 28, 1985)
Marine Lab Summer Hours (May 28, 1985)
Marine Lab Summer Hours (PSA) (May 28, 1985)
Poetry and Music of Latin America (May 29, 1985)
Solar Power Gets Green Light from CalTrans (May 29, 1985)
Open Houses on HSU Commencement Day (May 30, 1985)
Fair Oaks Resident Elected Student President (June 10, 1985)
Humboldt Faculty Awarded Fullbrights (June 10, 1985)
Bird Awareness Course for Beginners (June 18, 1985)
Students Named Men and Women of the Year (June 19, 1985)
Summer Courses Offered through Continuing Ed (June 19, 1985)
Film and Video Production (June 19, 1985)
Writing Courses Offered at HSU Summer Session (June 25, 1985)
Free Solar Panel Testing (June 25, 1985)
Obit - Michael Corcoran (June 25, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (July 3, 1985)
University Annex (July 9, 1985)
Caring for Family Photos (July 15, 1985)
Easing into College (July 15, 1985)
Summer Enrichment Program & Girls Volleyball (PSA) (July 15, 1985)
Humboldt State Budget "Fair and Reasonable" (July 17, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (July 24, 1985)
Corporate Support (photo caption) (July 24, 1985)
Jugglers Unite (July 30, 1985)
Over 60 Program (PSA and release) (August 14, 1985)
Be Assertive and Avoid Aggression (August 14, 1985)
Community Housing (PSA and release) (August 14, 1985)
Yoga Retreat (August 16, 1985)
New Sports Information Director (August 16, 1985)
New Assistant Athletic Director (August 16, 1985)
She Sees Sea Shells (photo caption) (August 20,1985)
Board Members Sought for Indian Education Program (September 9, 1985)
Music Institute for Children (September 12, 1985)
Local Businesses Rally Behind Humboldt State (September 13, 1985)
Child Development Lab Preschool (September 13, 1985)
Math Conference Scheduled (September 13, 1985)
Elder Abuse Uncovered (September 23, 1985)
Making Investments (September 23, 1985)
Confidence in Childbirth (September 23, 1985)
Gandhi and Indian Independence (September 23, 1985)
Learn to Speak Italian or Russian (September 23, 1985)
Self Exploration Focus of Course (September 23, 1985)
Humboldt State Awarded National Grant (CenterArts) (September 25, 1985)
Classes for Teachers (September 26, 1985)
Distinguished Service Recognized (September 27, 1985)
European Disarmament Topic of Lecture (October 1, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (October 1, 1985)
Yoga and Meditation Group Sponsor Caring Lecture, Weekend (October 2, 1985)
HSU to Welcome Returning Alums (October 3, 1985)
HSU Alumni Present Who's Who Award (October 3, 1985)
Nursing Communication (October 3, 1985)
Psychology Topics Covered in Lecture Series (October 8, 1985)
1985 Art Faculty Exhibition (October 8, 1985)
Linus Pauling to Talk at Humboldt (October 10, 1985)
Septuagenarians Named HSU Homecoming Royalty (October 10,1985)
Rare Photo Collection Donated to HSU (October 10,1985)
Short Story Contest Open (October 10,1985)
Homecoming (PSA) (October 15, 1985)
Students Score High on Teacher Test (October 15, 1985)
Low Cost Counseling (October 16, 1985)
Low Cost Counseling (PSA) (October 16, 1985)
Partnership Campaign Scholarship (photo captions) (October 16, 1985)
City's Wastewater Project Applauded (photo caption) (October 16, 1985)
Forestry Scholarship (photo caption) (October 16, 1985)
Free Concert for HSU Campus Community (October 16, 1985)
Student Enrollment Up at Humboldt State (October 22, 1985)
Poet William Pitt Root to Speak (October 22, 1985)
Student Earns Top Marks in Accountant's Exam (October 23, 1985)
German Guests to Speak at Humboldt State (October 23, 1985)
Faces of the Enemy (October 23, 1985)
Saratoga Woodwind Quintet to Perform (October 23, 1985)
The Plants of Captain Cook's Voyage Featured in HSU Exhibition (October 23, 1985)
Business Leadership Courses (October 24, 1985)
Workshop for Nurses (October 29, 1985)
AIDS Informational Meeting Set (October 29, 1985)
The Psychology of Enmity and Loving Combat Explored (October 31, 1985)
The Magic of Storytelling (October 31, 1985)
Making Changes for Health (October 31, 1985)
Superlearning Workshops Slated (October 31, 1985)
The Puzzling World of Logic (November 4, 1985)
Expanding Horizons (photo caption) (November 5, 1985)
Calling All Humboldt Alumni (Anaheim) (November 6, 1985)
Humboldt State Alumni Gather (San Diego) (November 6, 1985)
Student Employment (PSA) (November 13, 1985)
Natural Resources Professionals Honored (November 14, 1985)
Freshmen Honored (November 15, 1985)
Coordinator Named to New Natural Resources Institute (November 19, 1985)
Dali Litho Donated (November 19, 1985)
Graduate Student Beats the Competition (November 19, 1985)
Indian Outreach Coordinator Named (November 19, 1985)
Financial Planning for the Eighties (November 19, 1985)
Scotland Comes to Humboldt (November 19, 1985)
New Parking and Information Center at HSU (November 21, 1985)
Art Open House and Exhibitions (November 21, 1985)
Federal and Franchise Tax Workshops (November 22, 1985)
Christmas Stories Told with Hieroglyphics (December 2, 1985)
Congresswoman to Speak at HSU (December 4, 1985)
Dick Enberg to Chair HSU Campaign (December 4, 1985)
HSU Foundation Names New Board Members, Elects Officers (December 4, 1985)
Two Named to HSU Advisory Board (December 9, 1985)
Submissions for "Toyon" Accepted (December 9, 1985)
Submissions for "Toyon" Accepted (PSA) (December 9, 1985)
Graduate Student Exhibits Three-Dimensional Design (December 23, 1985)
Astronomy for the Family (December 23, 1985)
Singers Needed for Humboldt Chorale (December 23, 1985)
College Classes for Seniors (December 23, 1985)
College Classes for Seniors (PSA) (December 23, 1985)
Suicide: The Preventable Death (December 23, 1985)
Winter Extension Courses Announced (December 23, 1985)

1986

Astronaut Gives Public Lecture (to Union only) (January 3, 1986)
Astronaut Gives Public Lecture (rewritten) (January 6, 1986)
Fish Crew Speaks About Steelhead (January 8, 1986)
War Strategist to Speak (January 14, 1986)
Federal View on Illegal Alien Sanctuary (January 14, 1986)
EPA Analyst to Speak on Pesticides (January 14, 1986)
Local Author to Read from His Works (Dick Day) (January 14, 1986)
Variety in Courses Offered (January 14, 1986)
Pro-Peace Marchers Hold Benefit Dance (January 15, 1986)
Pro-Peace Marchers Hold Benefit Dance (PSA) (January 15, 1986)
EPA Analyst to Speak on Pesticides (correction) (January 15, 1986)
Political Scientist Named Scholar of Year (January 21, 1986)
Dramatist Chosen Outstanding Professor (January 28, 1986)
Local Math Curriculum to be Reformed (January 28, 1986)
Pastels on Exhibition at Reese Bullen Gallery (January 28, 1986)
Judith Minty to Read from Her Work (January 29, 1986)
Indian Films to be Screened (January 29, 1986)
Seafood Conference Scheduled (January 29, 1986)
Student Employment (PSA) (January 29, 1986)
Dance to Commotion (Children's Center benefit) (February 6, 1986)
Halley's Comet Discussed at Free Talk (February 5, 1986)
Humboldt State Alumni to Gather (Sacramento) (February 6, 1986)
Davis House Counseling Clinic (PSA) (February 11, 1986)
Metals on Exhibition (February 12, 1986)
Boeing President to Speak on Defense (February 12, 1986)
Nationally Known Writer to Read at HSU (February 12, 1986)
Managing Stress, People and Communication (February 18, 1986)
Microcomputers for Beginners (February 18, 1986)
Tour of Northwest and Expo '86 (February 18, 1986)
Season of New Plays Awarded (February 18, 1986)
All About Art Museums (February 18, 1986)
Star Wars Expert Speaks on Future of Outer Space (February 26, 1986)
Oil and Gas Exploration Discussed (February 26, 1986)
U.S.-Japanese Trade Debated (March 4, 1986)
Student Employment (PSA) (March 4, 1986)
Registration for Evening Business Courses (March 4, 1986)
Women and the Environment (PSA) (March 11, 1986)
Officer's Actions Commended (March 11, 1986)
University Natural Resources Research Explained (March 11, 1986)
Economics Taught to Teachers (March 11, 1986)
Women and the Environment (PSA correction) (March 12, 1986)
Student Employment (PSA) (March 17, 1986)
Women and the Environment Symposium (March 18, 1986)
College for Seniors (PSA) (March 18, 1986)
Student Art Work Exhibited (March 18, 1986)
Teachers Learn to Cope with Cultural Differences (March 20, 1986)
Spring Workshops (March 31, 1986)
Basic Piano Instruction (March 31, 1986)
Learning Assertiveness (March 31, 1986)
Humboldt Student Wins Top Engineering Award (April 2, 1986)
History Day (April 2, 1986)
Original 1865 Newspaper Donated to HSU (April 7, 1986)
Short Story Contest Winner Announced (April 8, 1986)
Businesses Give to University (April 9, 1986)
Causes of the Holocaust Examined (April 9, 1986)
American Indian College Motivation Event (April 9, 1986)
American Indian College Motivation Event (PSA) (April 9, 1986)
Chamber Music Workshops Geared to Teenagers (April 14, 1986)
National Holocaust Memorial Week (April 15, 1986)
National Holocaust Memorial Week (PSA)(April 15, 1986)
Community Housing (PSA) (April 15, 1986)
History Day Winners (April 15, 1986)
Jody Powell to Speak at HSU (April 22, 1986)
The Search for Thousands (Alumni) (April 15, 1986)
Jobs: Preparing for the 1990s (April 23, 1986)
Lumberjack Newspaper Wins First Place (April 22, 1986)
Trustee Marian Bagdasarian (photo caption) (April 24, 1986)
Meditation Master to Present Lecture & Workshop (May 1, 1986)
Marine Laboratory Open House (May 1, 1986)
Marine Laboratory Open House (PSA) (May 1, 1986)
Disabled Student's Tactile Fashion Show (PSA) (May 1, 1986)
Nobel Prize Winner to Give Kieval Lecture (May 1, 1986)
Violence in Southeast Asian Families (May 1, 1986)
Child Abuse Topic of Seminar (May 6, 1986)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Results (May 6, 1986)
Writing Workshops Offered (May 6, 1986)
Workshops for Executives (May 6, 1986)
Film Exhibition at HSU (May 6, 1986)
Community Workshops (May 6, 1986)
Humboldt State Alumni Gather (Seattle & Portland) (May 13, 1986)
Student Employment PSA (May 13, 1986)
12th Annual Textile Show (May 13, 1986)
12th Annual Textile Show (PSA) (May 13, 1986)
ARCO V.P. to Speak to Oil Crisis (May 13, 1986)
Movie Tarzan to Teach at Elderhostel (May 20, 1986)
Child Abuse Authority Speaks at Seminar (May 20, 1986)
Summer Youth Camp at Wolf Creek (May 20, 1986)
East/West Politics Compared (May 20, 1986)
Jody Powell to Speak at HSU (May 20, 1986)
Student Aids Mexican Earthquake Victims (May 20, 1986)
Local History Students Awarded in Sacramento (May 27, 1986)
Master of Arts Exhibition at HSU (May 27, 1986)
Mental Health and Southeast Asians Seminar (May 27, 1986)
Pacific Bell Donation (photo caption) (May 27, 1986)
Soviet Union Slide Presentation (May 27, 1986)
Quebec Tour (May 27, 1986)
Humboldt State Holds 72nd Commencement (June 3, 1986)
Open Houses on HSU Commencement Day (June 3, 1986)
Business Leaders Breakfast Series (June 3, 1986)
Omicron Delta Kappa Installation (3 photo captions) (June 3, 1986)
Physics Students Tops in State Exam (June 19, 1986)
Students Named Men and Women of the Year (June 19, 1986)
Journalism Students Win Scholarships (June 19, 1986)
Fisheries Students Awarded Research Grant (July 5, 1986)
Marine Lab Summer Program (July 5, 1986)
Marine Lab Summer Program (PSA)(July 5, 1986)
Childcare Center Opens (July 5, 1986)
Scotland Comes to Humboldt (July 21, 1986)
Free Housing Listings (July 21, 1986)
Free Housing Listings (PSA)(July 21, 1986)
Eurekan Heads Alumni Board (August 5, 1986)
Special Evening Registration (August 5, 1986)
Over Sixty Program (PSA) (August 5, 1986)
Pre-School Openings for Fall (August 5, 1986)
HSU Publication Wins Award (August 5, 1986)
University for Youth (August 12, 1986)
Hypnosis for Nurses (August 12, 1986)
Foreign Language Classes (August 12, 1986)
Taking Portraits, Writing Family Stories (August 12, 1986)
Learning to Make Arrowheads (August 12, 1986)
Tele-Course in Economics (August 12, 1986)
Organic Gardening, Mushrooming Among Courses (August 12, 1986)
Learn about Behavior and Work (August 12, 1986)
Tele-Class Examines American Indians (August 12, 1986)
Music Institute for Children (August 29, 1986)
Partnership Campaign Kicks Off (August 29, 1986)
Parliamentarian Discusses South Africa (September 8, 1986)
Native American Board Sought (September 8, 1986)
Natural Resources Professionals Honored (September 9, 1986)
Children's Center Plans Contra Dance (September 16, 1986)
Children's Center Plans Contra Dance (PSA) (September 16, 1986)
Child Development Lab has Openings (September 16, 1986)
Arcatan Awarded Scholarship (September 16, 1986)
Spaght Scholarship Awarded (September 16, 1986)
Low Cost Counseling (September 23, 1986)
Low Cost Counseling PSA) (September 23, 1986)
About Children: Classes for Adults (September 23, 1986)
Courses Open to Community Members (September 23, 1986)
Bed and Breakfast Inns Topic of Workshops (September 23, 1986)
Music Institute Saturday Registration (September 23, 1986)
Integrated Pest Management Course Offered (September 23, 1986)
Unauthorized Poster (September 26, 1986)
Homecoming (PSA) (September 29, 1986)
Expanding Your Horizons (PSA) (October 1, 1986)
HSU to Welcome Returning Alums (October 1, 1986)
Local Students Win Partnership Scholarships (October 1, 1986)
HSU Foundation Names New Board Members (October 1, 1986)
A Look at Chernobyl (October 1, 1986)
Feature Story Tip Sheet (October 1, 1986)
HSU Alumni Present Who's Who Award (October 2, 1986)
Three Inducted in HSU Hall of Fame (October 2, 1986)
Short Story Contest Open (October 3, 1986)
Expanding Your Horizons (October 3, 1986)
Scholarships Assist Local Students (October 6, 1986)
HSU Dormitory Burglary (October 6, 1986)
Journalism Prof Wins National Award (October 7, 1986)
Crocker Scholarships (photo caption) (October 7, 1986)
Retirees Crowned Homecoming Royalty (October 8, 1986)
Buckminster Fuller Display at Humboldt State (October 22, 1986)
Renovated Fish Hatcher to be Dedicated (and tip sheet) (October 23, 1986)
Bay Area Figurative Painters Exhibited at HSU (October 23, 1986)
Parent Weekend Planned at Humboldt State (October 23, 1986)
Women's Center to Host Open House (October 28, 1986)
Rewarding Good Ideas (Elaine Rennacker) (October 28, 1986)
Soil Science Scholarship Awarded (October 28, 1986)
Artists Give Lectures (October 28, 1986)
Humboldt State Gets New Logomark (October 28, 1986)
Mad River Hospital (photo captions) (October 28, 1986)
Student Employment (PSA) (November 3, 1986)
Math Science Activities for Children (November 4, 1986)
Humboldt State Alumni Gather (Santa Barbara) (November 6, 1986)
Crisis in Mathematics Education (November 6, 1986)
Parent Weekend photo to San Mateo Times (November 10, 1986)
HSU Library Gets Genzoli Collection (November 11, 1986)
Literary Journal Calls for Writing, Art (November 11, 1986)
Literary Journal Calls for Writing, Art (PSA)(November 11, 1986)
Graphic Art on Exhibition (November 18, 1986)
Educational Techniques Match Child Psychology (November 18, 1986)
1986 Tax Reform in Practice (November 18, 1986)
Arab-Israeli Coexistence (November 18, 1986)
The Fuel Pump's Connected to the... (photo caption) (November 18, 1986)
News Tips (November 18, 1986)
HSU's Fossil Collection gets "Re-Excavated" (November 24, 1986)
Operations Manager Named (November 24, 1986)
New Federal Financial Aid Laws Affect Students, Parents (December 2, 1986)
Phi Kappa Phi Chapter Formed at HSU (December 2, 1986)
Business Degrees can be Earned at Night (December 17, 1986)
Business Degrees can be Earned at Night (PSA) (December 17, 1986)
Correction to Business Degrees Earned at Night (December 18, 1986)
All About Wine (December 22, 1986)
Garberville Classes in Social Anthropology (December 22, 1986)
Culture and Language of Ancient Greece (December 22, 1986)
University for Youth (December 22, 1986)

1987

Student Employment (PSA) (January 5, 1987)
Special Enrollment for Seniors (Over 60) (January 5, 1987)
Special Enrollment for Seniors (Over 60) (PSA) (January 5, 1987)
New Ways of Thinking Lecture: "Founding Father" Of Peace Movement to Speak (January 12, 1987)
Students Assist Local Businesses (January 12, 1987)
Singers Needed for Humboldt Chorale (January 12, 1987)
Bond Funds for HSU Buildings, Equipment (January 13, 1987)
Budget Cutbacks (January 13, 1987)
Low Cost Counseling (January 15, 1987)
Low Cost Counseling (PSA)(January 15, 1987)
Charles Darwin as Communicator (January 15, 1987)
Phi Kappa Phi Installed at HSU (January 16, 1987)
Foreign Language Classes Offered (January 16, 1987)
Classes for Community (January 20, 1987)
"Premier Artist" Exhibits Multi-Media (January 20, 1987)
Child Development Lab has Openings (January 22, 1987)
Latest in Parapsychology Research (January 26, 1987)
Benefit Dance and Film for Festival (January 28, 1987)
Benefit Dance and Film for Festival (PSA)(January 28, 1987)
Building Donated for HSU Natural History Museum (January 29, 1987)
Psychologist Chosen as Outstanding Professor (February 3, 1987)
University Natural Resources Research Explained (February 3, 1987)
Astronomer Speaks on Latest Findings (February 3, 1987)
Quiltmaking - Its Tradition and Modern Expansion (February 10, 1987)
Acquaintance Rape Letter (February 10, 1987)
Author Margaret Randall to Speak (February 10, 1987)
Young Writers' Camp (February 10, 1987)
Child Abuse Prevention Seminar (February 10, 1987)
Energy Policy and Economics (February 10, 1987)
Energy Policy and Economics (PSA)(February 10, 1987)
Christensen Named Vice President (February 17, 1987)
Scholarships Benefit Local Students (Bancroft) (February 25, 1987)
Geology Researcher is Scholar of Year (February 25, 1987)
New Building Approved for Humboldt Campus (February 25, 1987)
Alcohol Awareness - Humboldt Challenge (February 25, 1987)
Marine Lab Open House (March 5, 1987)
History Day at Humboldt State (March 5, 1987)
Dinner to Recognize Parsons (March 5, 1987)
Grange Donates Funds (March 5, 1987)
Scholar Examines Coastal Formations (March 13, 1987)
Design with Nature (McHarg lecture) (March 18, 1987)
Economics Nobel Prize Winning Lecturer (March 18, 1987)
Humboldt Scholars (March 18, 1987)
Gospel Music Highlights Film (March 18, 1987)
Learning Vacation Tour of Scotland (March 18, 1987)
Washington Times Editor to Speak (March 18, 1987)
Noted Theologian to Speak (March 18, 1987)
Human Ecologist to Speak (March 18, 1987)
Businesses Top Previous Giving Mark (March 18, 1987)
Writing Camp for Youngsters (March 18, 1987)
Marine Lab Open House (March 18, 1987)
Campus Community Tackles AIDS (March 19, 1987)
20th Annual Humboldt Film Festival (March 18, 1987)
Benefit Dance for Children's Center (March 25, 1987)
Benefit Dance for Children's Center (PSA)(March 25, 1987)
Local Math Curriculum Improved (March 25, 1987)
Correction to Release dated 3/18/87: Writing Camp for Youngsters (March 25, 1987)
History of Women in Photography (March 25, 1987)
Doing Art Together (March 25, 1987)
How to Play Easy Piano (March 25, 1987)
Beginning Fly Fishing (March 25, 1987)
Schools and Drugs (March 25, 1987)
The Information Age and "Telecommuting" (April 1, 1987)
Students Win Women's History Contest (April 1, 1987)
HSU Student Awarded National Honor (April 1, 1987)
Poet Larry Kramer to Read (April 1, 1987)
History Day Winners (April 1, 1987)
Sex Differences in Thinking (April 1, 1987)
Getting Your Nonfiction Published (April 7, 1987)
Bed-and-Breakfast Inn Keeping (April 7, 1987)
Offshore Drilling Subject of Seminar (April 7, 1987)
Nuclear Power Plant Policies Discussed (April 7, 1987)
American Indian College Motivation Event (April 7, 1987)
Free Rental Housing Listing Service (April 7, 1987)
Free Rental Housing Listing Service (PSA) (April 7, 1987)
Fall 1987 Humboldt State Registration (April 8, 1987)
Exploring Peace with the Soviets (April 9, 1987)
Annual Juried Student Exhibition (April 9, 1987)
Raymond Carver Short Story Contest Winners Announced (April 15, 1987)
Students Win Van Duzer Scholarships (April 15, 1987)
Humboldt State Names New Business Manager (April 15, 1987)
AIDS Awareness (photo caption) (April 15, 1987)
News Tips (April 16, 1987)
Banking on the Performing Arts (photo caption) (April 21, 1987)
Textiles on Exhibition (April 21, 1987)
Reception for Literary Journal (April 21, 1987)
University Relations Nabs Silver Medal (April 21, 1987)
Chamber Music Workshops Geared to Teenagers (April 21, 1987)
Timber Harvest Report Finished (April 24, 1987)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Results (April 29, 1987)
Learn Spanish in Mexico (April 29, 1987)
Master's Students Exhibit Multi-Media Art (April 29, 1987)
East Indian Culture Night (April 29, 1987)
HSU Commencement (April 29, 1987)
Open Houses on Commencement Day (April 29, 1987)
Teaching Candidates Complete Studies (May 6, 1987)
Career Outlook for Class of 1987 (May 6, 1987)
Nature Camp for Children (May 6, 1987)
Growing Better Vegetables (May 6, 1987)
Writing for Self-Discovery (May 6, 1987)
Introduction to Word Processing (May 6, 1987)
Fine Arts Summer Workshop (May 6, 1987)
Small Businesses Get HSU's Business (May 6, 1987)
Volleyball and Tennis Camps at HSU (May 6, 1987)
Young Writers' Summer Camp (May 6, 1987)
Alumni Pick Who's Who (May 13, 1987)
The Secrets of Antarctica (May 13, 1987)
University Names New Dean (May 15, 1987)
Jugglers Celebrate (May 15, 1987)
Student Employment (PSA) (May 15, 1987)
Journalism Students Win Scholarships (May 15, 1987)
Broadcast Business Couple Establishes Trust (May 21, 1987)
Art and Spiritual Healing (May 21, 1987)
Cash Awarded for Faculty Merit (May 22, 1987)
Men, Women Honored for Contributions (June 1, 1987)
HSU Preschool has Openings (June 3, 1987)
HSU Writers Lauded (June 9, 1987)
Abstract Painting Wins Prize (June 9, 1987)
CenterArts Names New Director (June 15, 1987)
Genealogy Workshop (June 15, 1987)
National Juggling Day (June 15, 1987)
Summer Fine Arts Program Scholarships (June 15, 1987)
Eureka Awarded University Medal (June 30, 1987)
Alumni Scholarships Awarded (July 2, 1987)
Scottish Summer Institute (July 3, 1987)
Humboldt Chorale Recruitment (August 18, 1987)
Chinese Scholars Deliver Lectures (August 18, 1987)
Natural History Museum Award (August 18, 1987)
Partnership Campaign Kick-off (August 19, 1987)
1988 Summer Arts Program Selection (August 19, 1987)
Fall 1987 Continuing Education Courses (August 27, 1987)
HSU Enrollments Cause Housing Crunch (August 28, 1987)
Extension Courses Offer Self-Development (September 3, 1987)
Psychology Faculty Lecture Series (September 3, 1987)
Annual Art Faculty and Staff Exhibition (September 4, 1987)
Peter Drucker Talks on Productivity (September 10, 1987)
Local Students Earn Scholarships (September 10, 1987)
Donation Assists Indian Program (September 11, 1987)
Fire Damage Tip Sheet (September 22, 1987)
Hansen Heads Professional Association (September 14, 1987)
Carver Short Story Contest (September 17, 1987)
Humboldt State Alumni Picnic (September 17, 1987)
AIDS Conference at Humboldt State (September 17, 1987)
Catch and Release Fishing Symposium (September 17, 1987)
Simpson Timber Gift (photo caption) (September 23, 1987)
ITEPP Board Nominations (September 25, 1987)
Who's Who Award (Re-release of 5/13/87) (September 25, 1987)
1987 Homecoming Activities (September 25, 1987)
Gerontology Workshop (September 29, 1987)
Workshops for Educators (September 29, 1987)
Elisabeth Sunday Photography Exhibition (September 29, 1987)
Alumni from the Thirties Share Royal Honors (October 6, 1987)
Ceramics Artist Gives Lecture (October 6, 1987)
Award Winning Authors Speak at Humboldt State (October 6, 1987)
New Ways of Thinking Lecture (October 6, 1987)
Outstanding Freshmen Honored (October 8, 1987)
Early Childhood Administration Conference (October 13, 1987)
Reorganized Department Gets New Director (October 13, 1987)
Workshops Build Skills, Knowledge (October 13, 1987)
Continuing Education for Community Members (October 13, 1987)
New York Artist Visits (October 13, 1987)
Federal and State Tax Institute Scheduled (October 13, 1987)
Conference on Bilingual Education (October 13, 1987)
New Dance Work Commissioned (October 26, 1987)
Bloomfield Class Photo Opportunity (October 26, 1987)
November Workshops for Continuing Education (October 28, 1987)
"Action Management Systems" Seminars (October 28, 1987)
National Chemistry Day Open House (October 298, 1987)
UC Berkeley Prints on Display (October 28, 1987)
Re-entry Center Established (October 28, 1987)
Zoology Extension Classes (October 28, 1987)
Notice of Press Conference (Madonna) (October 28, 1987)
Ranching Expert Lectures (October 29, 1987)
Lecture on Soviet-American Research Project (November 3, 1987)
Press Release - Madonna Gift (November 4, 1987)
Tree Farm News Conference Invitation - Media (November 6, 1987)
Tree Farm News Conference Invitation - Faculty, etc. (November 6, 1987)
Native American Poetry Reading (November 10, 1987)
Tree Farm Gift Announced (press release) (November 12, 1987)
HSU Foundation Annual Meeting (November 18, 1987)
Submission Deadline for HSU Literary Magazine (November 18, 1987)
Kieval Lecture Series, Constance Reid (November 24, 1987)
Geology Graduate Student Wins National Award (November 24, 1987)
Bancroft Scholarships Awarded (November 25, 1987)
Convergent Technologies Computer Gift (December 11, 1987)

1988

Dance Benefits Children's Center (PSA) (January 7, 1988)
Over 60 Program (PSA) (January 7, 1988)
Evening Business Classes Registration (PSA) (January 7, 1988)
Spaght Scholarship (Elizabeth Robinson) (January 7, 1988)
Sequent Computer (Sequent's release) (January 7, 1988)
McCrone's Comments on California Budget (January 11, 1988)
ITEPP Story for CSU Stateline (January 11, 1988)
Courses for Teachers (January 19, 1988)
Woman Rabbi, Feminist to Lecture (Novick) (January 19, 1988)
Child Lab Openings (January 19, 1988)
Photos by Tom Knight (January 19, 1988)
Wallace Named Dean (January 26, 1988)
Fundraising Recognized (January 26, 1988)
Singers Invited to Join Chorale (January 26, 1988)
Housing Director Named to Post (January 26, 1988)
Healthy Heart Workshop (held Feb. 26) (January 26, 1988)
Historic Scotia Photo Exhibition (January 26, 1988)
Hearth Workshop (PSA) (January 26, 1988)
Midnight Economist Address (William R. Allen) (February 3, 1988)
Women in the 80s (February 3, 1988)
Conference on Environmental Systems and NR (held 2/13) (February 3, 1988)
History Day Welcomes Entries (February 3, 1988)
Community Housing Office Open (PSA) (February 3, 1988)
Variety of Continuing Education Classes: Beekeeping, Spanish, Children's Personality, Piano (February 10, 1988)
Rocky Mountain Tour (February 12, 1988)
Homeless Student Chapter (February 17, 1988)
Film Festival (PSA) (February 26, 1988)
Wildlife Club Dinner Dance (February 26, 1988)
Macintosh Designer (Jef Raskin) Speaks (March 7, 1988)
21st Film Festival (March 7, 1988)
Gutierrez - Scholar of the Year (March 7, 1988)
The Ozone Hole - Oppenheimer Lectures (release, PSA, and feature to The Union) (March 11, 1988)
"Witness to Revolution" Film (March 15, 1988)
"Witness to Revolution" Film (PSA) (March 15, 1988)
Former HSU Student (Balabanis) Off to Egypt (March 15, 1988)
Administrative Staffing Surveyed (March 15, 1988)
Hunger Feast Set Heads to Washington (March 15, 1988)
Parent Locator Service (March 15, 1988)
Studying Religiously - New Religious Studies Major (March 16, 1988)
Red Cross Picks Angelel (March 28, 1988)
Honor Society Adds 46 (March 28, 1988)
"The Time of Your Life" for Alums (March 28, 1988)
Mexican Architecture Lecture (March 28, 1988)
Maggi Pierce Storyteller (March 28, 1988)
Veterans Awareness Week (March 29, 1988)
Textiles - Design and Color Display (March 29, 1988)
Fish and Wildlife Conference (April 5, 1988)
Homeless Multicultural Conference (April 5, 1988)
Safety Glazing Teleconference (April 5, 1988)
History Day Winners (April 8, 1988)
College Motivation Day (Native Americans) (April 8, 1988)
Letter to Jim Bernard, Weatherman, for Marine Lab Open House (April 14, 1988)
Marine Lab Open House (tip sheet, release, PSA) (April 14, 1988)
Math Student (Wetmore) Earns Prize (April 14, 1988)
Honor Society Installs New Members (Omicron Delta Kappa) (April 15, 1988)
Fisheries Quartet Reels in Scholarships (April 20, 1988)
Life-Size Abstractions Art (April 20, 1988)
NASA Scientist on Space Geology (April 20, 1988)
Non-literal Looks at Inner Outer Worlds, Art Display (April 20, 1988)
AIDS Research Lecture (April 22, 1988)
Summer Arts 88 Invite to Community (April 22, 1988)
Chamber Music Summer Workshops (April 22, 1988)
Summer Program Attracts College Students, Faculty (Summer Arts 88) (April 22, 1988)
Summer Chamber Music Workshops Geared for Teens (April 22, 1988)
German Addresses Zen, Peacemaking (May 3, 1988)
Master's Thesis Airs in Primetime (BIOVIDEO) Local and Out of Area (May 3, 1988)
Toyon Takes Top Raymond Carver Contest Winner (May 3, 1988)
Sprankle Joins Top Electronics Committee (May 6, 1988)
West African Art Collection Donated (May 12, 1988)
Satellite Program Links US-USSR (David McMurray) (May 12, 1988)
Outstanding Students Honored (Gangidino, Blair, Paul, Liggett and Brock) (May 17, 1988)
Patrol Begins Along Wallflower Fence (May 24, 1988)
Music Scholarship Homeowners (May 31, 1988)
Humboldt Seven Make History (Day in Sacramento) (June 2, 1988)
Redwood Empire Math Tourney (June 2, 1988)
HSU Musicians of Note (June 2, 1988)
Binoculars Focus on Bird Awareness (June 2, 1988)
Computerized Listing for Rentals (June 8, 1988)
Summer Arts Tip (July 6, 1988)
Extension August Classes (July 13, 1988)
Grateful Dead Gives to Firefighters Scholarship (July 14, 1988)
Continuing Education Classes (PSA) (July 14, 1988)
Another Summer Arts Tip Sheet (July 18, 1988)
Wetlands/Wastewater Conference (release and tipsheet) (July 28, 1988)
Space in Preschool (August 12, 1988)
Night Classes in Business - Registration (August 12, 1988)
Over 60 Program (August 12, 1988)
Community Projects Directed by HSU Students (August 12, 1988)
Humboldt Seeks Help Housing Enrollment Increase (August 12, 1988)
Chaney's Award Marine Sediments (August 12, 1988)
ITEPP Board Nominations (September 6, 1988)
ITEPP Board Nominations (PSA) (September 6, 1988)
Free Lecture on Smart Sex (September 6, 1988)
Free Lecture on Smart Sex (PSA) (September 6, 1988)
Partnership Campaign Kickoff (September 6, 1988)
Continuing Education - renegade release from Cont. Ed. (no date)
Letter to News Directors and Editors (September 16, 1988)
Zastrow Selected for CSU Trustees "Outstanding Achievement" (September 19, 1988)
Cover Letter, Fact Sheets, Class List, and Tip Sheet: Graduate Survey, Building Construction, Prop 78, New Books, Jyl Hewston, Hennessy, Over-60, Students of the 1990s (September 19, 1988)
Psychology and the Law (PSA) (September 19, 1988)
AIDS Workshop (PSA) (September 19, 1988)
Self-Esteem Conference with Vasconcello (September 19, 1988)
AIDS Workshop (September 19, 1988)
Psychology and the Law (September 19, 1988)
Honors at Entrance and PG&E (release) (September 19, 1988)
Robert Thomas Named to Advisory Board (September 19, 1988)
Everding Named Dean of College of Visual and Performing Arts (September 20, 1988)
Inaugural Gala for New College/Arts Weekend (renegade release from College of V and P Arts) (September 27, 1988)
Residence Halls Drug and Alcohol Preventing Program (renegade release from Housing and Dining Services (no date)
Trione, Frakes, That's Who's Who for HSU (October 3, 1988)
Homecoming Royalty from Class of '38 (October 3, 1988)
Invitation to Diamond Anniversary, Homecoming (October 3, 1988)
Homecoming at Humboldt: Festivities to Find Old Friends (October 3, 1988)
Homecoming / 75th (combined long version of above two releases) (October 3, 1988)
Humboldt Redoubles Affirmative Action Commitment (October 12, 1988)
Two Players suspended from HSU Football Team (issued through ID) (October 12, 1988)
Psychology Clinic Reopens at HSU (October 13, 1988)
Continuing Education Packet: In Search of Man's Path, Dreams, Apple LOGO, Child's Personality, Superlearning (October 13, 1988)
Bancroft Scholarship Winners (October 25, 1988)
Visiting Scholar Asks "Is the IQ Obsolete?" (PSA and release) (October 26, 1988)
Cooperation Education Offers Student Interns (PSA) (October 31, 1988)
Mathematics in Year 2061 Lecture (renegade release from Math Dept.) (November 9, 1988)
Human Corps Clearinghouse - a Gauge of Goodwill (November 11, 1988)
Seminars for Tax Preparers (renegade release from Cont. Ed) (November 14, 1988)
Partnership Campaign Update: Getting Them Here and Giving Them Help (November 14, 1988)
Humboldt Selects Slinker for Public Affairs (local and out-of-state versions) (November 15, 1988)
British Actor Recites Tales of Holocaust Heroes (Sam Oliner's Work on Altruism) (November 15, 1988)
Humboldt Welcomes Employment Recruiters to Campus (PSA) (November 17, 1988)
Smullin Scholarships Inaugural Eight and Settle Scholarship (December 15, 1988)

1989

Time Remains for Spring Registration (January 4, 1989)
Continuing Education Renegade Release (January 9, 1989)
History Day (January 13, 1989)
History Day (PSA) (January 13, 1989)
Child Development Lab Applications (January 13, 1989)
Child Development Lab Applications (PSA) (January 13, 1989)
HSU Music Institute (January 13, 1989)
HSU Music Institute (PSA) (January 13, 1989)
Tim McCaughey Obit Release (January 19, 1989)
Von Humboldt Exhibit Release, Fact Sheets, Quotes (January 27, 1989)
Von Humboldt Exhibit Release, Fact Sheets, Quotes (PSA) (January 27, 1989)
Roelofs Wins American Fisheries Society Teaching Award (with background fact sheet) (January 27, 1989)
Mammalogist (Lawlor) Tagged Outstanding Professor (January 30, 1989)
University Subscriptions and $25,000 (cutlines) (January 31, 1989)
Phi Kappa Phi Adds 50 (February 6, 1989)
HSU Conference on Environmental Systems and Natural Resources (February 7, 1989)
Women's Humor Lecture (February 7, 1989)
Time Capsule Solicitations (February 10, 1989)
David Shaw - Salute for Serving Those Who Served (February 13, 1989)
Contra Dance Benefits Children's Development Lab (February 14, 1989)
Contra Dance Benefits Children's Development Lab (PSA) (February 14, 1989)
Part-time Student Jobs (PSA) (February 15, 1989)
America's Top Fisheries Teacher and addendum, letter (February 15, 1989)
Humble Mumble Jumble and letter, receipt (February 15, 1989)
"Burning Bright's" Alumni Night (February 17, 1989)
"Burning Bright's" Alumni Night (PSA) (February 17, 1989)
Fjell Brings Healing Humor, Women's Music to HSU (February 17, 1989)
Fjell Brings Healing Humor, Women's Music to HSU (PSA) (February 17, 1989)
Diet and Cancer Conference at HSU (February 17, 1989)
Diet and Cancer Conference at HSU (PSA) (February 17, 1989)
McCrone Elected to Board of Assoc. of American Colleges (February 21, 1989)
Colleagues have "Mindset" for Environmental Sculpture (Chess) (March 1, 1989)
Environmental Portraiture Class at HSU (March 3, 1989)
Environmental Portraiture Class at HSU (PSA) (March 3, 1989)
Self-Hypnosis, and Creatures of the Sea Courses (March 8, 1989)
Self-Hypnosis, and Creatures of the Sea Courses (PSA) (March 8, 1989)
Cultural Literacy, Liberal Arts Curriculum, and the Human Condition (March 8, 1989)
Juried Student Exhibition (March 20, 1989)
Y.E.S. Tip Sheet, Information on Programs (renegade release) (March 21, 1989)
Humboldt State's Institute Welcomes Youths (no date) Humboldt State's Institute Welcomes Youths (PSA) (no date) Psychology Clinic to Hold Teen Raps at HSU (March 24, 1989)
Psychology Clinic to Hold Teen Raps at HSU (PSA) (March 24, 1989)
An Engineer's Anthropology Lessons (March 24, 1989)
HSU Scholar of the Year: Gearheart Carries Water Quality Around the World (March 24, 1989)
Contra Dance Benefits Humboldt State Children's Center (March 24, 1989)
Contra Dance Benefits Humboldt State Children's Center (PSA) (March 24, 1989)
American Attention Grabber (Evans, Marine Lab photo) (cutline) (March 28, 1989)
Marine Lab Open House Features Starfish and Gumboot Chilton (March 28, 1989)
Marine Lab Open House Features Starfish and Gumboot Chilton (PSA) (March 28, 1989)
International Entrepreneur to Speak at HSU (April 5, 1989)
Light Impressions Mark Redwoods National Park Photography (April 6, 1989)
Light Impressions Mark Redwoods National Park Photography (PSA) (April 6, 1989)
What Makes the Four Dragons Fly: Po Chung Lecture (April 7, 1989)
Summer Arts Housing (renegade from Housing and Dining) (April 7, 1989)
Theatre and Psychology Join for Drama Therapy in Community (Theatre Arts Dept. renegade) (April 11, 1989)
"Peacemaking and Spirituality" Lectures (April 14, 1989)
Biogeography Expert to Speak on Carnivores, Conservative Biology (April 14, 1989)
"Will the Earth Reverse?" Visiting Physicist Addresses Geomagnetism at HSU (April 17, 1989)
State Chairman on "Social Renewability of Forestry" at HSU (April 17, 1989)
CNPA Honors Lumberjack, cites "Good Breadth" (April 17, 1989)
Letter to Chronicle Reporter, Diringer on Old-growth Forests (April 17, 1989)
Peterson and Bennion Honored for Book about Mormon Landscape (with letters) (April 17, 1989)
Work Study Fraud Investigation (UPD renegade) (April 18, 1989)
Summer Food Service Program Grant (April 25, 1989)
Cartooning Highlights May Extension Courses (April 27, 1989)
Southern Author to Speak (cutline) (April 27, 1989)
Bird Awareness Class (April 28, 1989)
Olsen, Staley Divide Kieval Award for Mathematics (May 1, 1989)
Humboldt State Honors Raymond Carver (May 1, 1989)
HSU Extension Offers Mathematics, Popular "Contemporary" and Otherwise (May 1, 1989)
"Triumphal March" for Humboldt State Graduates (May 10, 1989)
A Treasure of Fossils Unearthed (Natural History Museum) (with list of interview names) (May 18, 1989)
Natural History Museum (regional release) (May 30, 1989)
Quartet Honored for Academic Excellence, etc. - Outstanding Man, Woman: Vicki Allen, Bob Bouvier; Senior Man, Senior Woman: Foggiato, Bradshaw (May 25, 1989)
Fisheries Quartet Scholarships - Tyee Club, Marin Rod (May 30, 1989)
Continuing Ed: Photography, Computer, Wilderness Courses (May 25, 1989)
Continuing Ed: Wolf Creek Nature Camp (May 25, 1989)
Free Juggling Lessons (June 7, 1989)
Free Marine Naturalist Programs at Telonicher Lab (June 14, 1989)
Student Affirmative Action Literary Contest Winners (general release plus 6 hometowners)(June 21, 1989)
Van Duzer Scholarships (general release, plus 11 hometowners) (June 21, 1989)
Veterans' Free Boost with Upward Bound (June 22, 1989)
Veterans' Free Boost with Upward Bound (PSA) (June 22, 1989)
Natural History Museum - Doors Open (PSA) (June 22, 1989)
Reuel Fick Grants Scholarships (July 7, 1989)
Hennessy, Academic Veteran, Named Vice President (July 7, 1989)
Spaght Scholarship Winner: Tonya Freeman (July 11, 1989)
Scotia Fire Department Awards Two Scholarships (July 11, 1989)
Continuing Ed: Paralegal Training Summer Workshops (July 11, 1989)
Home Economics Majors: Scholarships for Child's Work (general release plus 3 hometowners) (July 20, 1989)
Harry S. Truman Scholarship (Maria Wilsey) (July 20, 1989)
New Computer Lab for Management/Technology Hybrids (Corporate Gifts Help University Train "Emerging Breed") (July 20, 1989)
Letter to Herb Caen, re Karen Young, namphreak (July 24, 1989)
Letter to Ing Fey Chen, Good Morning America (July 30, 1989)
Alexander von Humboldt Scholars (7 hometowners) (August 4, 1989)
Over 60 Program for Senior Citizens (August 8, 1989)
Over 60 Program for Senior Citizens (PSA) (August 8, 1989)
Rental Listings, Need Help (August 8, 1989)
Rental Listings, Need Help (PSA) (August 8, 1989)
Continuing Ed: Coastal Gardening, Children's Personality Dev., Consumer Law, Conscious Look at Dreams, Megabytes for Neophytes, Computer Courses (August 9, 1989)
Veterans Free Boost Toward College Education (PSA) (August 10, 1989)
Child Development Lab Applications (August 14, 1989)
Child Development Lab Applications (PSA) (August 14, 1989)
Query Letter to Caroline Scarborough, SF Chronicle on Chris Hopper's Book: Sports Confident Child for KID SPORTS column (August 14, 1989)
Institute for Prep. Music Studies (August 16, 1989)
Institute for Prep. Music Studies (PSA) (August 16, 1989)
Continuing Ed Class: Entry-level Entrepreneurs (August 16, 1989)
Continuing Ed Class: Russian Gaelic Japanese (August 16, 1989)
Partnership Campaign Kickoff Release (September 11, 1989)
Ceramic Show at Reese Bullen (September 12, 1989)
Alumni Association Who's Who (September 13, 1989)
Hadley, Timmons Named to HSU Advisory Board (September 13, 1989)
HSU Courses Spark Imagination, Skill, Health - Continuing Education (September 18, 1989)
HSU Courses Spark Imagination, Skill, Health - Continuing Education (PSA) (September 18, 1989)
Continuing Education - University for Youth (September 18, 1989)
Continuing Education - University for Youth (PSA)(September 18, 1989)
Demand for Word Processing Met - Continuing Ed (September 20, 1989)
Continuing Ed - World Processing (PSA) (September 20, 1989)
Noted Authors (Wakoski, Metzger) Speak (September 22, 1989)
Noted Authors (Wakoski, Metzger) Speak (PSA) (September 22, 1989)
Homecoming, 1989 (September 22, 1989)
Homecoming, 1989 (PSA) (September 22, 1989)
Rasmussens' Teaching Retreat (submission to CSU Stateline) (September 27, 1989)
HSU Reaches Sixth Largest All-Time Enrollment (October 2, 1989)
Kieval Math Lecture (October 2, 1989)
Kieval Math Lecture (PSA)(October 2, 1989)
Colescott's Political Paintings (October 3, 1989)
Colescott's Political Paintings (PSA) (October 3, 1989)
Indian Conference at HSU (October 3, 1989)
Humboldt Cited Among Best (US News and World Report) (October 5, 1989)
Presidential Leadership Key to HSU (October 5, 1989)
Christmas Tree Conference (October 10, 1989)
Christmas Tree Conference (PSA)(October 10, 1989)
Library Book Sale (October 10, 1989)
Library Book Sale (PSA) (October 10, 1989)
Student Employment Service (October 10, 1989)
Student Employment Service (PSA) (October 10, 1989)
Alcohol Awareness Week (October 10, 1989)
Women in Science Convocation (October 10, 1989)
Israel, Palestine Lectures (October 11, 1989)
Israel, Palestine Lectures (PSA)(October 11, 1989)
Fibs about Fiber Lecture (October 11, 1989)
Fibs about Fiber Lecture (PSA) (October 11, 1989)
Native American Literature (cutline) (October 16, 1989)
Society of Professional Journalist (renegade) (October 16, 1989)
Extension: Personality Dev. to Chinese Medicine (October 20, 1989)
Extension: Something Fishy at Marine Lab (October 20, 1989)
Lloyd Cluff Earthquake Safety Lecture (October 27, 1989)
Science Fair (November 1, 1989)
Women in Sports Workshop with K. McCrone (November 1, 1989)
National Metalsmithing Survey at Bullen Gallery (November 2, 1989)
Students in Community Service (PSA) (November 7, 1989)
Child Development Lab Pizza Night (November 7, 1989)
Child Development Lab Pizza Night (PSA)(November 7, 1989)
Ethics in Communication (November 7, 1989)
HSU Prof (Melton) Receives Excellence Award (November 7, 1989)
Northcoast Labor Archive at HSU (November 7, 1989)
Students in Community Service release (November 8, 1989)
Rat-trap Dragsters (November 13, 1989)
Gift Sale at Museum of Natural History (November 17, 1989)
Gift Sale at Museum of Natural History (PSA) (November 17, 1989)
Galvin Poet Returns to Read (November 17, 1989)
HSU Foundation Officers Elected (November 17, 1989)
Earthquake Hotline (November 17, 1989)
History Day '90 Seeks Entries (November 21, 1989)
History Day '90 Seeks Entries (PSA)(November 21, 1989)
Polish Students Exchange: Rat Trap Races (special to Kathy Dillon, Times-Standard) (November 30, 1989)
Extension: Income Tax Institute (November 30, 1989)
Polish Art Auction (December 1, 1989)
Veterans Upward Bound Graduates (December 6, 1989)
Hunt, Arnot on Pres. Advisory Board (December 7, 1989)
Extension: Spring Schedule (December 13, 1989)
Quota Club Scholarships (December 14, 1989)
"Rescuers" Exhibit Coming to Reese Bullen Gallery (December 15, 1989)
Bancroft Scholars of '89 (December 18, 1989)
American Poet Stafford Coming (PSA) (December 19, 1989)
Over 60 Program (December 20, 1989)
Over 60 Program (PSA) (December 20, 1989)
Veterans Upward Bound Expansion (December 20, 1989)
Veterans Upward Bound Expansion (PSA)(December 20, 1989)

1990

Chinn Selected Humboldt's Outstanding Professor for 1989-90 (January 12, 1990)
Why Sharks Attack? (January 16, 1990)
Why Sharks Attack? (PSA) (January 16, 1990)
American Poet Stafford (January 16, 1990)
Rescuer Tells Her Story (OPDYKE) (January 17, 1990)
Women's National Health (January 22, 1990)
Asian Poet Shirley Geok-lin Lim (January 26, 1990)
Lillian Roybol Rose (January 26, 1990)
February Extended Education Courses (January 29, 1990)
Wallace Terry Bloods (February 6, 1990)
Stedner Lecture (February 6, 1990)
ADVBOARD (Somerville) (February 6, 1990)
Bank of America $5,000 Gift (cutline) (February 6, 1990)
Phi Kappa Phi Initiation (February 6, 1990)
Sculpture and Illumination Art Exhibit (February 7, 1990)
Teresa Chandler Concert for Women's Center (February 12, 1990)
Teresa Chandler Concert for Women's Center (PSA) (February 12, 1990)
Jim Dodge Reading (February 14, 1990)
Jim Dodge Reading (PSA) (February 14, 1990)
Student Art Exhibit (February 14, 1990)
C.G. Jung Movies (February 14, 1990)
C.G. Jung Movies (PSA) (February 14, 1990)
Comet Speaker Roemer (February 14, 1990)
Black Film Series (PSA) (February 14, 1990)
Women's Art Show (February 14, 1990)
Admissions Cutoff (February 15, 1990)
HSU Seeking Pieces to Parking Puzzle (February 23, 1990)
Humboldt Alumna Named Among Top Influentials (February 27, 1990)
Robin Morgan Poet (March 1, 1990)
Hiroko Jeweler Lecture (March 1, 1990)
China Lecture: The Morning After (March 2, 1990)
O. Tacheeni Scott Lecture (March 2, 1990)
Morgan Poet / China Lecture / Jewelry Lecture (PSAs) (March 2, 1990)
Prison Conference (March 2, 1990)
Veteran's Upward Bound Night (PSA) (March 14, 1990)
Student Affirmative Action (March 14, 1990)
Vet's Upward Bound - Night Sessions (March 14, 1990)
Multiple Sclerosis Eye-Fatigue Research (March 14, 1990)
Students in Community Service (March 14, 1990)
What Tired Eyes See: J. Knight's MS Research (March 14, 1990)
SNAPS Survey: HSU Cited as CSU's Best (March 14, 1990)
Oliners - Scholars of the Year (March 14, 1990)
Child Development Center Contra Benefit (March 15, 1990)
Patrick's Point Geology and the Chord Approach to Piano Classes (March 21, 1990)
Marine Lab Open House Features Sea Cucumbers and Starfish (March 21, 1990)
Arnett Photo to "Cans" (March 21, 1990)
Black Feminist to Speak (March 23, 1990)
J. Gimbel on America's "Top Secret Plunder" (March 23, 1990)
Student Art Exhibition (March 23, 1990)
Germber Novelist Lecture (March 23, 1990)
Alumni Night at Pac (March 23, 1990)
Public Hearing on HSU Master Plan (March 18, 1990)
Dobrec Returns to Lecture on Native American Issues (March 30, 1990)
Raven Sings Folksongs (April 3, 1990)
Math Contest Winners Announced (renegade) (April 5, 1990)
Kai Chu to be Featured Speaker in China (April 12, 1990)
Dick Enberg to Give Hadley Journalism Lecture (April 17, 1990)
National Hispanic Scholarship Recipient (cutline) (April 20, 1990)
Project Upward Bound Food Sponsorship (April 24, 1990)
Math Modeling National Champions (hometowners, too) (April 30, 1990)
Commencement 1990 (May 1, 1990)
Child Development Lab Applications (PSA) (May 1, 1990)
Child Development Lab Accreditation (May 1, 1990)
Esteban Named Academic VP (May 3, 1990)
Redwood Empire Math Tourney Winners (May 3, 1990)
Van Duzer Scholarship Winners (hometowners) (May 3, 1990)
Child Development Lab Wins National Accreditation (May 4, 1990)
Outstanding Student Awards for 1990 (hometowners, too) (May 7, 1990)
Museum Day and Science Action Mobile (May 7, 1990)
Museum Day and Science Action Mobile (PSA)(May 7, 1990)
Summer Session Offers Academic Diversity (May 8, 1990)
Summer Session Offers Academic Diversity (PSA) (May 8, 1990)
Biology Open House on Commencement Day (May 8, 1990)
Simpsons $12,500 for Computer Lab (cutline) (May 9, 1990)
Pile Wins Telonicher Award (May 10, 1990)
Carter Wins Kieval Award (May 10, 1990)
Three Receive Biology Awards (May 10, 1990)
Raymond Carver Contest Winners (May 11, 1990)
Schafer on Advisory Board (May 11, 1990)
STATER Receives National Honorable Mention (May 17, 1990)
Magazine Writing / Video Production Offered (May 17, 1990)
Enrollment Applications Accepted for Child Development Lab (May 18, 1990)
Enrollment Applications Accepted for Child Development Lab (PSA) (May 18, 1990)
Partnership Campaign Sours to $115,901 (May 23, 1990)
Emergency Simulation Training Workshop at HSU (May 23, 1990)
Jungle Surgeon Scott Holmes (May 24, 1990)
HSU Master Plan Approved by Trustees (May 25, 1990)
Conservation Unlimited Plaque (cutline) (June 8, 1990)
Up to Their Hips in Chips (cutline) (June 8, 1990)
Extended Education: British Royalty Workshops (June 12, 1990)
HSU Seeks Rental Listings for Students (June 12, 1990)
Extended Education: Bird Study for Beginners (June 12, 1990)
Rainbow of Extended Education Courses (June 12, 1990)
Extended Education: Wolf Creek Summer Nature Camp (June 14, 1990)
Extended Education: Weekend 80-hour Paralegal Course (June 14, 1990)
John Rogers' Trip to the Middle East (and packet) (June 15, 1990)
Fish Scholarships: Tyee Club, Marin Rod and Gun Club (June 19, 1990)
Barnum History Winners (June 19, 1990)
50 Years of Natural Resources at HSU (and packet) (June 21, 1990)
Humboldt Ranks No. 1 in National Student Exchange (June 25, 1990)
Foreign Language Lab Dedication (with photo) (June 26, 1990)
Sharon Wallace President-Elect of Kappa Omicron Nu (June 26, 1990)
Jeld Wen Scholarship for $1,500 (June 26, 1990)
Redwood Coast Conference Center's Summer Guests, tipsheet (June 27, 1990)
Florida Conference (July 31, 1990)
Children's Center Food Program (August 9, 1990)
Dave Kaney on Advisory Board (August 9, 1990)
Ease the Crunch (PSA) (August 9, 1990)
Magladry on Senior Citizens Foundation (August 9, 1990)
Over Sixty Program (August 9, 1990)
Over Sixty Program (PSA) (August 9, 1990)
Smullin Award (August 9, 1990)
"Ease the Crunch" Alternative Transportation Campaign (August 17, 1990)
Rainbow of Courses Provide Professional and Leisure Stimulation (August 23, 1990)
Bancroft Scholars (cutline) (September 4, 1990)
Bancroft Scholarships Awarded to Humboldt and Del Norte Students (September 4, 1990)
Blood Drive by Staff Council (September 5, 1990)
Institute of Preparatory Music (PSA) (September 5, 1990)
Oral History of Feminists / Palestine Lecture (September 5, 1990)
Scotia Fire Department Scholarships (September 5, 1990)
Watkins' Scholarship for Natural Resources Students (September 5, 1990)
Salmon Symposium on Pacific Northeast (September 20, 1990)
American Indian Awareness Days (September 13, 1990)
Shattered Secrets Play (September 14, 1990)
Enrollment Reaches All-Time High (September 14, 1990)
Humboldt Professor Honored by University of Helsinki (September 19, 1990)
Eighth Partnership Campaign Kicks off September 20 (September 20, 1990)
Alternative Transportation Day (September 21, 1990)
Music Movement Class for Children (September 25, 1990)
Fifteen Thousand Dollar Simpson Paper Gift (cutline) (September 26, 1990)
Reflexology at Women's Center (October 1, 1990)
Song of the Dress (PSA) (October 1, 1990)
Partnership Scholars (cutline) (October 2, 1990)
Homecoming - National Release on King, Queen (October 3, 1990)
Alumni Who's Who: Hibler and Holmes (October 3, 1990)
Homecoming: Local Release (October 3, 1990)
Ombudsman/Ombudswoman (October 5, 1990)
Pain Relief Workshop at Women's Center (October 5, 1990)
Tanner Named President of HSU Foundation (October 5, 1990)
History Day 91 Invitation for Entries (October 9, 1990)
Galvin and Graham Read Poetry (October 9, 1990)
Allison New Business Manager (October 9, 1990)
Humboldt State Cited by U.S. News for Second Straight Year (October 12, 1990)
Lifetime of Nutrition (October 12, 1990)
Graduate School Workshop (October 12, 1990)
"New York" Opens Faculty Art Series (October 18, 1990)
Raymond Carver Short Story Contest Seeks Entries (October 18, 1990)
Humboldt's Brightest Awarded Cornelius Siemens Scholarship (October 18, 1990)
Don't Go Hungry Just Because You Can't Go Home (Adopt a Student) (October 26, 1990)
Cooper Lecture Focuses on Photographic Books (November 2, 1990)
Fjell's Music Rings of Freedom (November 5, 1990)
HSU Photojournalism Effort Focuses on Day in Del Norte (November 6, 1990)
Humboldt Offers Veterans a Free Boost Toward College Education (November 6, 1990)
Safeway Becomes HSU Partner (cutline) (November 15, 1990)
Faculty Exhibit Offers Mitsana's Pastels, Scott's Metals (November 16, 1990)
Dinosaurs from Orick School on Display at HSU Museums (November 16, 1990)
Natural History Museum Offers Holiday Open House, Unveils, Sign (November 27, 1990)
Natural History Museum Offers Holiday Open House, Unveils, Sign (PSA) (November 27, 1990)
Humboldt's New Building Stands for Service, Seismic Safety (November 27, 1990)
Higher Education Enrichment (cutline) (November 27, 1990)
Three-Day Tax Practitioners' Institute (December 3, 1990)
Humboldt, CR to Aid Native Americans' Academic Ascent (December 3, 1990)
Helping One Leads to Help for Others (Hart-Pollack Scholarship) (December 4, 1990)
Humboldt to Train Veterans for Scientific Maneuvers (December 7, 1990)
Lumberjack Enterprises Contribution (cutline) (December 11, 1990)
State Farm Scholarships Established at Humboldt State (December 13, 1990)

1991

Scholar Questions Wilderness Notion (January 4, 1991)
Sharks Capture Week's Attention (January 4, 1991)
Appliances to Play for Humboldt State's Children's Center (January 14, 1991)
Veterans' Upward Bound a Free Boost Towards College (PSA) (January 15, 1991)
Humboldt State Hosts Energy Conservation Symposium (January 15, 1991)
Solo Competition Seeks Young Pianists (January 17, 1991)
Humboldt State Responds to Middle East War (January 18, 1991)
McCrone Elected Chair of Association of American Colleges (January 22, 1991)
Indian Basketry Joins Biological Realism in University Gallery (January 25, 1991)
Conference Examines Natural Resources, Environmental Systems (January 28, 1991)
A Truly Outstanding Fish Story: Fritzsche Nets Humboldt State's Top Teaching Honor (January 28, 1991)
Education Extends to Garden Plot, Piano Bench, Drawing Board (January 30, 1991)
"Sex and You in the '90s" Workshop Aims to Change Risky Behavior (January 30, 1991)
Bancroft Scholars (February 6, 1991)
Humboldt and Del Norte Students Awarded Bancroft Scholarships (February 6, 1991)
Humboldt State a Top Launch Pad for Science Ph.D.s - NSF (February 8, 1991)
L.W. Schatz: $500,000 Hydrogen-Energy Booster for Humboldt State (February 8, 1991)
A Natural with "Synthetic Teachers" (February 8, 1991)
Docent Training at Natural History Museum (PSA) (February 12, 1991)
Natural History Museum Seeks New Docents, Will Train Volunteers (February 12, 1991)
Expert Presents "Moral Reflections" on China's Crackdown (February 13, 1991)
Award-Winning Poets Open Humboldt's "Visiting Writers Series" (February 13, 1991)
Humboldt Speaker to Explore Limits of Moral Responsibility (February 15, 1991)
Humboldt State Advisory Board Hosts 16th Annual President's Ball (February 27, 1991)
Timber Partner Lifts Campaign Over Top (February 28, 1991)
Low Cost Counseling at Humboldt State's Davis House (March 1, 1991)
"Breathwork" Offers Relaxation Therapy (March 1, 1991)
News Coverage of Crises Uncovered in Humboldt Lecture (March 1, 1991)
Savory Brings "Big Picture" Resource Management to Campus (March 1, 1991)
Keyboard Competition: Top Young Pianists to Perform at Humboldt (March 7, 1991)
Elegant Wood, Dazzling Metals at Humboldt's Bullen Gallery (March 7, 1991)
Bennion Tracks Women's Print in Old West (Humboldt Professor's New Book Profiles Pioneering Editors) (March 7, 1991)
New Banner Proclaims Humboldt's Recruiting (cutline) (March 7, 1991)
Alann Bradford Steen (Biographical Information) (March 21, 1991)
Renowned Feminist Speaks at Humboldt (PSA) (April 2, 1991)
Upward Bound - A Springboard for Veterans (April 2, 1991)
"As You Like It" Helps Children (PSA) (April 2, 1991)
Eyewitness to German Revolution (PSA) (April 2, 1991)
King of the Rhodies (cutline) (April 3, 1991)
Partnership Campaign Tops $120,000 Goal (April 5, 1991)
Humboldt State Focuses on the Spectrum of Cultures (April 11, 1991)
Water Issues Swirl at Fish, Wildlife Conference at Humboldt (April 11, 1991)
A Witness to Poland's Power Shift to Describe it at Humboldt (April 12, 1991)
Preliminary State Budget Impact on Humboldt State is Grim (April 16, 1991)
Lyme Disease Patients Sought for Eye Tests (April 16, 1991)
An Occasion for Equations: Humboldt's 32nd Math Tourney (April 16, 1991)
From Atoms to Rooftops, the Geometry of Repeating Patterns (Humboldt's Kieval Series Presents Math for General Public) (April 19, 1991)
Humboldt State Invites Public to View Biological Realm (April 25, 1991)
Humboldt State's Commencement: A Proud Passage Amid Pomp (April 25, 1991)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Calculates Winners (April 29, 1991)
Project Upward Bound Sponsorship (May 2, 1991)
Florida Adventure Awaits Natural History Museum Visitors (May 3, 1991)
O'Dell Foundation Bestows Computers for High-Tech Laboratory (May 8, 1991)
Van Duzer Scholarship Hometowners: "XXX Claims Arts Scholarship at Humboldt State" Wilhelm, Rocheleau, Kutno, Shuteroff, Pepper, Metzger, Schilling, Mehta, Mohrmann, Pulver, Hughes (May 9, 1991)
Humboldt State University Library Summer Hours (May 9, 1991)
Rumble, Faculty Awards for Humboldt State Botany Scholars (May 9, 1991)
Eleven Artists Claim Van Duzer Scholarships at Humboldt State (May 9, 1991)
Humboldt's Hauxwell gets $7,000 Boost to Pursue Medical Studies (May 10, 1991)
McKinleyville Woman Claims Kieval Award for Mathematics (May 10, 1991)
The Hears and Minds Behind Awards: Man, Woman of the Year, Elpusan, Academic Achievement Awards, Senior Man and Woman (May 13, 1991)
Vacaville High Alumnus Named HSU's Man of the Year (Byron Turner) (May 13, 1991)
From Jonesboro to California's Redwood Coast with Honors, Halliday Woman of the Year (May 13, 1991)
Grants Pass High Alumna named HSU's Senior Woman of the Year (Wendy Brown) (May 13, 1991)
From Comboyne, NSW, to California with Honors, Hutchins Receives Academic Excellence Award (May 13, 1991)
Humboldt State Honors McDona's Student Activism (Elpusan Ward) (May 13, 1991)
Chevon U.S.A. Gift to Humboldt State (cutline) (May 21, 1991)
June Weekends for Paralegal Training at Humboldt State (May 21, 1991)
Humboldt State's CDL Preschool Welcomes Applications (PSA) (May 28, 1991)
Northern California Piano Solo Winners (Hometowners: Huang, Glendening, Miller, Grow, Rossen, Marks, Edell, McElhaney, Lieu (8 releases)) (May 28, 1991)
Values of Nature, Mathematically Speaking / Resource Modeling Conference at Humboldt State (May 30, 1991)
Environmental Health Compliance Director Named at Humboldt State (May 31, 1991)
Humboldt's McClary Goes to Washington to Tune into C-SPAN (June 3, 1991)
Humboldt's Rau Heading to Sacramento Aboard Sea Grant Fellowship (June 3, 1991)
Winners Look at Marriages in Academia, Barns in the Bottom (June 3, 1991)
Status of Humboldt State Academic Programs and Budget (June 7, 1991)
Croome-Halligans Utensils Earn Berth on "Sterling" Tour (June 24, 1991)
Jeld-Wen Scholarship Helps Hagan Open Door to Humboldt State (June 24, 1991)
Mack High's Meyer Receives Humboldt State's $4,000 Spaght Award (June 24, 1991)
Museum Sheds Light on Solar Eclipse (June 25, 1991)
HSU's Natural History Museum Sheds Light on Solar Eclipse (June 25, 1991)
Expanded Humboldt State Summer Library Hours (June 27, 1991)
Founders Hall: Heart of the University (July 9, 1991)
Archway to Higher Education (cutline) (July 26, 1991)
Seniors Can be Freshmen for $3 (Over-60 Program) (August 9, 1991)
Over-60 Program at Humboldt State (PSA) (August 9, 1991)
Swimming and Wrestling Programs Eliminated at Humboldt State (August 19, 1991)
Homer Balabanis: August 25, 1897, to August 19, 1991 (August 19, 1991)
1991-92 Fact Sheet (August 21, 1991)
University Memorial Service for Homer Balabanis (August 23, 1991)
University Memorial Service for Homer Balabanis (radio) (August 23, 1991)
Humboldt Registers Students for Open University (radio) (August 26, 1991)
Campus Parking Fines Raised by County (to Lumberjack only) (August 29, 1991)
Enrollment Openings for CDL's Preschool (August 29, 1991)
Middle East Scholar to Address Lessons of Persian Gulf War (August 29, 1991)
Humboldt State's Music Institute Welcomes Youths (PSA) (August 29, 1991)
Scotia Fire Department Fans Academic Flames at Humboldt State (August 30, 1991)
(name) Enters Humboldt State as One of "Best of Best" (Siemens Scholars: to six hometown papers) (September 3, 1991)
Supercharging your Child's Education (September 11, 1991)
Encouraging a Disposition for Learning (cutline) (September 11, 1991)
'91 Partnership Campaign Launched at Humboldt State (September 12, 1991)
'91 Partnership Campaign Launched at Humboldt State (radio) (September 12, 1991)
Humboldt State Paralegal Certificate Course (PSA) (September 12, 1991)
Paralegal Certificate Course at Humboldt State (September 12, 1991)
Supercharging Children's Education (radio) (September 12, 1991)
Humboldt State Issues Rabies Alert after Fox Found (September 13, 1991)
Geologists Convene at Humboldt to Explore Source of Great Quakes (September 16, 1991)
Wild Hearts - An Acoustic Trio of Passion, Punch, and Purpose (to NCJ, others to follow) (September 17, 1991)
"Scary, Tough" Minty Reads from "Dancing the Fault" (September 17, 1991)
The Guangxi Exchange: Chinese Delegation Returns Favor (September 19, 1991)
"Take Back the Night" to Shed Light on Violence Against Women (September 19, 1991)
University Landmark Gets New Roof (cutline) (September 20, 1991)
Bancroft Honors for Local Eight at Humboldt State (September 20, 1991)
Nursing Computer Offers Great Prognosis for Learning (September 20, 1991)
Humboldt State Enrollment Grows Amid Budget Woes (October 1, 1991)
Partnership Scholars (cutline) (October 1, 1991)
Poetic Pair to Open Humboldt State's Visiting Writer's Series (October 2, 1991)
Poetic Pair to Open Humboldt Series (PSA) (October 2, 1991)
Wildhearts at Humboldt State (PSA) (October 2, 1991)
Women Working Toward Wholeness (PSA) (October 3, 1991)
Women Working Toward Wholeness to Meet at Humboldt (October 3, 1991)
Alumnus Expresses Gratitude (cutline) (October 3, 1991)
Thobaben Named HSU Scholar of the Year (October 10, 1991)
Staff Council Offers Blood Drive (PSA) (October 11, 1991)
Coronation Marks Royal Return to Humboldt after 50 Years (radio) (October 15, 1991)
Awards Amid Memories (HSU Homecoming) (PSA) (October 15, 1991)
Coronation Marks Royal Return to Humboldt After 50 Years (PSA) (October 15, 1991)
3-Day Tax Practitioners' Institute (radio) (October 17, 1991)
3-Day Tax Practitioners' Institute (PSA) (October 17, 1991)
World Bank Expert (October 24, 1991)
A Helping Hand for Humboldt's Nursing Students (October 24, 1991)
Bullen Gallery's Splitting Images - Landweber (October 24, 1991)
News Tip: Students Head "Into the Streets" (November 1, 1991)
Virtues' Reward Found in Mexico (November 1, 1991)
Talent Search Program to Reach 1,000 County Students (November 5, 1991)
Talent Search Program to Reach 1,000 County Students (radio) (November 5, 1991)
NASA Guest to Focus on Black Holes, "Benders" (November 7, 1991)
Kieval Lecture Series (November 11, 1991)
Surgeon Holmes Named to HSU Advisory Board (November 18, 1991)
HSU Advisory Board Elects New Officers (November 20, 1991)
Fostering Yurok Futures (cutline) (November 26, 1991)
Bank of America in Partnership with HSU (cutline) (December 20, 1991)
History Day at HSU (PSA) (December 18, 1991)
Over 60 Program at Humboldt (PSA) (December 18, 1991)
Seniors can be Freshmen at HSU for $4 (December 18, 1991)
11th Annual History Day at Humboldt State (December 18, 1991)
Salmon History Made as "Jacks" Come Back to Wastewater (December 20, 1991)
Drawing Upon Nature's Precision in Museum Exhibit (December 20, 1991)

1992

HSU Extension Offers Paralegal, Business, Real Estate Courses (January 6, 1992)
Paralegal Courses at HSU (PSA) (January 6, 1992)
Business Courses through HSU's Extended Education (January 6, 1992)
Real Estate Courses through HSU Extension (PSA) (January 6, 1992)
From Abalone to Cascadia Subduction Zone (Conference on Environmental Systems) (February 4, 1992)
4000 Books to Check Out at HSU Library Sale (February 4, 1992)
Humboldt's Day Reading at Night: A Short Story in Arcata (February 4, 1992)
Library Book Sale (PSA) (February 4, 1992)
Author Day to Read at Humboldt (PSA) (February 4, 1992)
Budget Fact Sheet with Faculty-Staff Directory (February 3, 1992)
Swanlund's Gift Serves History on 1,300 Glass Plates (February 4, 1992)
Getting Worms to Eat Your Garbage (February 5, 1992)
HSU Police Seek Rabies Information on Woman's Dog (February 17, 1992)
Women's Art Show: "Holding Up Half the Sky" (PSA) (February 18, 1992)
Flowers of Redwood Forest to Bloom at Natural History Museum (February 18, 1992)
"Holding Up the Sky" (Women's Art Show) (February 18, 1992)
Bullen Gallery Offers Bravo's Discoveries, Weegees Big Apple, February 18, 1992)
Humor from Harlem to Harvard (PSA) (February 18, 1992)
HSU Gives J.C. Penney's Credit for Academic Boost (December 18, 1992)
Night Line Offers Free Rides North for HSU Students (February 35, 1992)
HSU Guest to Give Glimpse of China's Schools (February 25, 1992)
Cultural Festival Celebrates Sum of Our Differences (with sidebar) (February 25, 1992)
Anna Banana to Benefit Women's Center 9PSA) (March 2, 1992)
Natural History Museum to Train Volunteer Guides (PSA) (March 2, 1992)
Anna Banana to Benefit Humboldt State Women's Center (March 2, 1992)
Natural History Museum to Train Volunteer Guides (March 2, 1992)
How Can America be First in Mathematics? Cozzkiev (March 13, 1992)
Unfailingly Encouraging: HSU's Botzler CSU Outstanding Professor (March 19, 1992)
Trustee's Talk "Brain Sex" (March 23, 1992)
Marine Lab Open House (March 30, 1992)
Dedication of HSU's Creekside Apartments (April 15, 1992)
Dedication of HSU's Creekside Apartments (radio) (April 15, 1992)
Creekside Apartments (cutline) (April 15, 1992)
Picturesque Living Room (cutline) (April 15, 1992)
Conference Focuses on Education's Critical Issues (April 22, 1992)
Escalante to Stand and Deliver at Humboldt (April 27, 1992)
Fault Lines on Hotline: Earthquake News on Recording (April 27, 1992)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Calculates Winners (April 28, 1992)
History Day: From Oregon Trail to Last Frontier... (May 7, 1992)
From Ancient Plants to Fresh Technology: Humboldt Hosts Open House (May 11, 1992)
Humboldt State Commencement: Everything New Under the Sun (May 11, 1992)
Humboldt State's CLD Preschool Welcomes Applications (PSA) (May 12, 1992)
Enrollment Openings for Humboldt State's CDL Preschool (May 12, 1992)
Wells-Fargo Delivers to Humboldt Programs (cutline) (May 14, 1992)
Upward Bound and Summer Bridge Sponsorship (May 20, 1992)
Mad River Hospital Fosters Future Nurses (cutline) (May 21, 1992)
Training Tomorrow's Teachers (special to the T-S with sidebar) (May 21, 1992)
Humboldt Honors Six for Commitment (Students Who Make a Difference) (May 22, 1992)
Hometowners: Student Who Make a Difference (Shapiro, Sacks, Collins, Anderson, Martinez, McCovey) (May 22, 1992)
Humboldt State Literary Contest Focuses on Affirmative Action (June 1, 1992)
Hometowners: Student Affirmative Action Literary Contest (Garcia, Chavez, Cabrera, Peralta) (June 1, 1992)
Awards Honor Biology, Math Students at Humboldt (Kieval, Rumble, Meridi) (June 5, 1992)
Eleven Artists Claim Van Duzer Scholarships at Humboldt State (June 5, 1992)
Humboldt State Initiates Environmental Enhancement Programs (Toxic fines) (June 11, 1992)
Museum Offers Children Encounters with Creatures, and Vice Versa (June 11, 1992)
Children's Animal Programs at Natural History Museum (PSA) (June 11, 1992)
Humboldt State Initiates Environmental Enhancement Programs (CA EPA settlement) (June 11, 1992)
Piano Competition Hometowners: (name) Claims (place) Going Solo at Piano (June 17, 1992)
Humboldt State Honors Top Young Pianists in Solo Competition (June 17, 1992)
Tip Letter: American Russian Program in Biodiversity (June 12-16, 1992)
Russian, American Biologists Here to Explore Biodiversity (June 17, 1992)
Where Campers Learn They can Handle an Uphill Trail (Talent Search) (June 25, 1992)
Humboldt State's Academic Mini-Camps (Talent Search) (June 26, 1992)
Special to the Chronicle of Higher Education: Humboldt's Math-Science Initiative Trains Veterans for a New Mission (June 29, 1992)
State to Relinquish Leadership Roles in Higher Education (July 1, 1992)
Earthquake Information Hotline (July 6, 1992)
Humboldt's MSI Trains Veterans for New Mission: Science (July 21, 1992)
Vandals Take, Gut Fake Quake at Natural History Museum (July 21, 1992)
Over-60 Program Offers Seniors $3 Courses at Humboldt State (July 22, 1992)
Budding Journalists Boosted by Scholarships at Humboldt State (August 6, 1992)
Letter to the Editor: President's Salaries (August 6, 1992)
Letter re Chancellor Munitz Media Briefing on CSU Budget (August 12, 1992)
Humboldt State Welcomes New Chief Librarian (August 14, 1992)
Humboldt State Merges V-P Positions (August 17, 1992)
HRM Seeks Environmental Solutions through Common-Ground Approach (August 18, 1992)
Humboldt State Opens Academic Year Awaiting Budget (August 24, 1992)
$8.7 Million Founders Hall Renovation Complete (September 9, 1992)
Humboldt State Who's Who Award Honors Earring Pair (September 10, 1992)
Foss Honored as Humboldt State's Scholar of the Year (September 11, 1992)
Comet Expert Hits Humboldt State to Discuss Dinosaur Die-Off (September 14, 1992)
Day of Dinosaur Dawns at Humboldt State's Museum September 26 (September 16, 1992)
Parents Invited to Humboldt State for Special Weekend (September 17, 1992)
Hosterman Named to Humboldt State Advisory Board (September 17, 1992)
Dinosaur Day Dawns at Natural History Museum (PSA) (September 17, 1992)
Registration Fee Increase Due (September 17, 1992)
Humboldt State The West's Best Buy (U.S. News and World Report) (September 21, 1992)
Humboldt State Launches Children's Art Academy October 17 (PSA) (September 22, 1992)
Children's Art Academy Begins at Humboldt State October 17 (September 22, 1992)
Willis Claims Humboldt State's $4,000 Spaght Award (September 28, 1992)
300 New Bike Racks (September 28, 1992)
"Mo Better Education" Offers a School of Thought (September 29, 1992)
Humboldt State Honors Arnot, Watts for Distinguished Service (October 2, 1992)
Montgomery Ward Tunes in to Museum's Needs (October 2, 1992)
$75 Award Awaits Namer of Library's New On-Line Catalog (October 5, 1992)
"Nature Adventures" Await Children at Natural History Museum (October 6, 1992)
"From Women's Hands" Presents Yurok Basketry at Humboldt (October 6, 1992)
$1.17 Million Grant to Improve Math Teaching in CA (October 6, 1992)
Fee Increase Due Wednesday (October 12, 1992)
"PROMPT" Response to Challenge of Improving Mathematics Teaching (October 14, 1992)
Bancroft Honors Music, Business Students at Humboldt State (October 15, 1992)
DeCarli Earns Bancroft Honor for Accounting Studies (October 15, 1992)
Humboldt State Students Excel in National Business Test (October 15, 1992)
Humboldt Homecoming Fetes to Rekindle Alumni Memories (October 16, 1992)
From Class of '42, Royalty to Reign at Humboldt's Homecoming (October 16, 1992)
Folksinger Fjell Returns to Humboldt State (October 16, 1992)
An Expert's Post-Election Opinion on Polls, Surveys, Trust (October 26, 1992)
10th Partnership Campaign Seeks $150,000 for Humboldt State (October 26, 1992)
Amateurs Encouraged as Fossil Group Forms (October 27, 1992)
Barringer Returns from Guangxi with Clues to China's Culture (November 9, 1992)
Witnesses Composite Illustrations for Investigation (November 9, 1992)
"Catalyst" Clicks for Computerized Catalog (November 13, 1992)
"Enduring Themes" Highlight Berry's Art at Humboldt State (November 16, 1992)
Humphreys Prepares to Re-Enter the Storm for Sake of Children (November 17, 1992)
Fall 93 Applications Pour in to Humboldt; Deadline 11/30 (November 19, 1992)
Women's Center Welcomes DeMicele's Dynamic Folk (November 19, 1992)
Humboldt State Flooded by Fall '93 Applications (cutline) (December 3, 1992)
Child Development Scholarships (PSA) (December 11, 1992)
Child Development Lab Offers Preschool Scholarships (December 11, 1992)
Media Conference with CSU Chancellor Barry Munitz (December 16, 1992)
Letter to Monica Hadley re Soroptomists Gift to NR Museum (December 21, 1992)
Boreing Joins Humboldt State Advisory Board (December 22, 1992)
Children's Art Academy Offers New Level for Winter Term (December 22, 1992)
Quartet Claims Partnership Honors (cutline) (December 23, 1992)
JC Penney Boosts Humboldt State Business School (cutline) (December 23, 1992)

1993

CSU Schools Aim Together for Tomorrow's Teachers (cutline) (January 7, 1993)
Natural History Museum Offers Children's Classes (January 7, 1993)
University Police Close Rape Investigation (January 12, 1993)
Humboldt State Conducts Seismic Study of Campus Structures (January 15, 1993)
Children's Center to Host Benefit Dance (January 28, 1993)
Organic Objects Subject of Art at Humboldt State (January 28, 1993)
Valentines in Nature Lecture at Natural History Museum (February 4, 1993)
HSU's Extended Education Offers Computer Courses for All Levels (February 4, 1993)
Humboldt Being Considered a CSU Charter Campus (February 10, 1993)
African and American Art Displayed at HSU's Reese Bullen Gallery (February 15, 1993)
Everything under a Dollar at HSU Library (February 15, 1993)
Everything under a Dollar at HSU's Library (PSA) (February 15, 1993)
HSU Hosts Environmental Systems and Natural Resources Conference (February 15, 1993)
12th Annual History Day at Humboldt State University (February 16, 1993)
Yale Poetry Winner to Read at Humboldt State (February 24, 1993)
Humboldt State is Home to Alaskan Painting by Sydney Laurence (February 26, 1993)
Storr Named Co-Chair to HSU's Native American Advisory Board (March 3, 1993)
Pitzer College Professor to Speak for Kieval Lecture Series (March 8, 1993)
Rainforest Day at Natural History Museum (March 10, 1993)
Dinosaur Quilt to be Raffled for Natural History Museum (March 10, 1993)
CSU Chancellor to Hold Press Advisory (March 12, 1993)
Humboldt State Student's Cause of Death Unknown (March 22, 1993)
Novotney Competes in Trinidad Steel Drum Competition (March 22, 1993)
Quilt Winner to Give Art Work to Great Granddaughter (March 23, 1993)
Humboldt State Projects Enrollment Decline of 1,000 (March 26, 1993)
Author to Read at Humboldt State University (March 29, 1993)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Calculates Winner (March 30, 1993)
Renaissance Woman Wins Carver Short Story Contest (April 2, 1993)
Consultant to Talk to Humboldt State About Business Ethics (April 9, 1993)
Humboldt State Dedicates Bank of America Case Room (April 12, 1993)
Humboldt State Restricts Access to Portion of Stadium Bleachers (April 16, 1993)
On Shaky Ground (earthquake booklet) (April 14, 1993)
Media Conference with CSU Trustee Anthony Vitti (April 15, 1993)
Earthquake Emergency Simulation at Humboldt State (April 23, 1993)
Environmental Ethics Text Book Produced (April 28, 1993)
Wolf Creek Campers Explore Nature During Summer Hiatus (April 29, 1993)
Upward Bound and Summer Bridge Sponsorship (May 5, 1993)
IBM, Humboldt State Bond Together (May 5, 1993)
Humboldt State Awarded Grant for Substance Abuse Education (May 6, 1993)
Graduation Day at Humboldt State, May 22 (May 11, 1993)
Humboldt State's Library Posts Summer Hours (May 12, 1993)
Natural History Museum Celebrates Creepy Crawly Critters (May 12, 1993)
J.C. Penney Awards Scholarships (May 13, 1993)
Humboldt State Honors Omer-Sherman (May 18, 1993)
Humboldt State Cited for Excellence (May 18, 1993)
Estaban Named President at CSU Chico (May 20, 1993)
Humboldt State Honors Lewis (May 24, 1993)
Humboldt State Honors Healy (May 24, 1993)
Humboldt State Honors Bernstein (May 24, 1993)
Humboldt State Honors Coon (May 24, 1993)
Humboldt State Honors Newport Harbor Graduate (May 24, 1993)
Humboldt State Affirms Literary Talents (May 25, 1993)
McMurray Elected Chair of State Wide Organization (May 25, 1993)
Mad River Hospital Gives Scholarships (May 25, 1993)
Institute for Ecological Tourism Founded (May 27, 1993)
Humboldt State Student Teacher Wins $2,000 Scholarship (June 2, 1993)
Humboldt State Child Development Laboratory Reaccredited (June 3, 1993)
Students Honored at State History Day (June 7, 1993)
Poska Endowment to Help Nursing Students (June 8, 1993)
Humboldt State Child Development Laboratory Offers Scholarship (June 9, 1993)
Nature Adventures Program (PSA) (June 11, 1993)
Drawing for Natural History Museum (PSA) (June 11, 1993)
Nature Adventure Program Offers Children Exploration Options (June 14, 1993)
Yurok Basket Drawing to Benefit Natural History Museum (June 14, 1993)
Humboldt State Students Receive $14,000 in Scholarships (June 15, 1993)
Academic Mini-Camps (PSA) (July 8, 1993)
Talent Search Fulfilling Its Mission (July 16, 1993)
Prompt 2 (July 12, 1993)
Talent Search Offers Academic Mini-camps to County Youths (July 14, 1993)
Talent Search Fulfilling Its Mission (July 16, 1993)
Hires New Dean for Undergraduate Studies (July 16, 1993)
Talent Search Fulfilling Its Mission (July 19, 1993)
Begins Work on Elevator and Ramp Project (July 19, 1993)
EPA Grants $137,000 for Study in Native American Community (July 20, 1993)
Geology Professor Published in Science Magazine (July 22, 1993)
Child Development Lab Preschool has Fall Openings (July 28, 1993)
Academic Life May Begin at 60 (July 28, 1993)
Over Sixty Program (PSA) (July 28, 1993)
Free Hazardous Waste Workshop (July 29, 1993)
Humboldt County Fair Hosts Earthquake Room (August 3, 1993)
Student Employment Office Offers Help to Businesses (August 13, 1993)
State Seismic Review Board Reveals HSU Study Results (August 18, 1993)
Redwood Bowl Bleacher Approved for Use (August 27, 1993)
Evening Parking Permits (August 27, 1993)
Veterans Upward Bound Program (September 1, 1993)
Children's Art Academy Registering Students (PSA) (September 2, 1993)
Receives $800,000 Howard Hughes Grant (September 13, 1993)
Native American Environmental Protection & Land Development Forum (September 14, 1993)
Howard Hughes Institutes Gives $800,000 Grant (September 14, 1993)
Enrollment Pared to Meet Budget Constraints (September 15, 1993)
Natural History Museum Offers Adventuresome Classes (September 17, 1993)
Business Community Kicks Off Campaign Supporting (September 27, 1993)
Is There Life After Art School Seminar at HSU (September 28, 1993)
Honors Oldest Homecoming Royalty (September 28, 1993)
A View from the Hill (cutline) (October 4, 1993)
Alumni Celebrate Homecoming with Special Events (October 4, 1993)
Bucher, Rumble to Receive Special Alumni Association Award (October 4, 1993)
Golden Grads Share Homecoming Royalty Honors (October 4, 1993)
A View from the Hill: A History of (October 4, 1993)
Tanner's View from the Hill (cutline) (October 4, 1993)
A History of Humboldt State Published A View from the Hill (October 4, 1993)
Excerpts from A View from the Hill A History of Humboldt (October 4, 1993)
Professors Direct Historic Collaboration of Mid. East Water... (October 4, 1993)
Middle East Water Resource Engineers Collaborate During Historic Summit on Wastewater Treatment Systems (October 4, 1993)
History Book Published "A View from the Hill" (October 4, 1993)
Magazine Ranks Humboldt State Educational Bargain (October 8, 1993)
Partnership Campaign Awards 4 Scholarships (October 13, 1993)
Peninsula School Hosts Earthquake Preparedness Meeting (October 13, 1993)
S. California Native American Art on Display (October 13, 1993)
Announces Three Day Tax Practitioners Institute (October 13, 1993)
3 Humboldt State Forestry Professors Recognized (October 15, 1993)
Morris Named to Humboldt State Advisory Board (October 18, 1993)
Scholar to Consider Effect of Researchers Biases on Aids Studies (October 19, 1993)
Natural History Museum Presents Natural Musical Instruments (October 26, 1993)
Bancroft Recognizes Business, Music Students (October 26, 1993)
Miller Awarded National Industrial Technology Honor (October 29, 1993)
Expects Enrollment to Stabilize for 1994-95 (November 3, 1993)
Foundation Announces Record Amount of Contracts (November 4, 1993)
Music Institute Holds Registration for Winter Term (November 8, 1993)
National Security Council Executive Secretary Free Public (November 10, 1993)
Eel River Sawmills President Donates Computers (November 16, 1993)
Gets $598,000 Grant to Design Pollution-Free Car (November 22, 1993)
Forestry Professor Contributing to His Native Cambodia to Help it Join "Global Society" (December 3, 1993)
President Named to State Parks Advisory Council (December 6, 1993)
Natural History Museum Offers Coll Day of Family Activities (December 7, 1993)
Shows Art Professor's Sculpture at Reese Bullen (December 7, 1993)
Children's Art Academy Registering Students for Winter Term (December 9, 1993)
Children's Art Academy Registration (PSA) (December 9, 1993)
IBM Donates $200,000 Electron Microprobe to Humboldt State (December 10, 1993)
Power Outage (December 12, 1993)
State Farm Gives Scholarships to Insure Student's Educations (December 13, 1993)
Talent Search Program Recognized by Eureka Chamber of Commerce (December 13, 1993)
Professional Development Computer Courses at HSU (December 14, 1993)
Alumni Association gives $5,000 to Library (December 17, 1993)
Alumni Association Awards Three Scholarships (December 17, 1993)
Offers Renewed Academic Life at 60 (December 20, 1993)

1994

The Flying Reptiles Launch Natural History Museum Programs (January 10, 1994)
Natural History Museum Features Designs from Nature (January 10, 1994)
Natural History Museum Classes (January 11, 1994)
Alumnus' Stories Focus of Film "Short Cuts" (January 18, 1994)
Communication and Negotiation Training Workshop (January 19, 1994)
To Host Sustainable Futures Symposium (January 20, 1994)
Extended Education Offers Spring Classes (January 20, 1994)
History Day Solicited from County Schools' Students (January 20, 1994)
Guillaume Named Humboldt's Vice President for Academic Affairs (January 24, 1994)
Art Professors Display Photographic Work (January 24, 1994)
Library Hosts Annual Book Sale (January 25, 1994)
CFA Chapter Gives Scholarship (January 25, 1994)
Recognizes Football Player with Highest Grades (January 25, 1994)
Music Institute to Perform Benefit Concert (January 26, 1994)
City University of New York Professor to Address Business (February 8, 1994)
Hosts Business Ethics Lecture (February 8, 1994)
Outstanding Professor has the Right Chemistry (February 8, 1994)
Public Meeting Facilitation Workshop (PSA) (February 9, 1994)
Public Meeting Facilitation Workshop (February 9, 1994)
Teleconference on "The Historical Jesus and Contemporary Faith" (February 10, 1994)
McDonnell Douglas President to Speak at Humboldt State (PSA) (February 11, 1994)
McDonnell Douglas President to Speak at Humboldt State (February 14, 1994)
Roland Lamberson Named Humboldt State Scholar of the Year (February 15, 1994)
Music Institute Presents End-of-the-Term Program (February 16, 1994)
Music Institute Holds Registration for Spring Term (February 16, 1994)
Hobby Results in Publication of County Butterfly Checklist (February 21, 1994)
Children's Art Academy Registering Students for Spring Term (February 24, 1994)
David L. Moonie and Company Gives $1,000 Scholarship (February 28, 1994)
South Fork Alumnus Wins $1,000 Accounting Scholarship (February 28, 1994)
Science Action Mobile Donated to Natural History Museum (March 2, 1994)
Nineteenth Annual President's Ball (cutline) (March 4, 1994)
Unocal Pumps Up Geology Department (cutline) (March 10, 1994)
Natural Resources Scholarship (cutline) (March 10, 1994)
Hosts Documentary on Gay Rights (March 10, 1994)
"Prehistoric Giants" at Humboldt Natural History Museum (March 11, 1994)
Searches for, Nourishes Student Talent (March 15, 1994)
Presents 22nd Kieval Lecture (March 16, 1994)
Conference Room Named in Honor of Kathryn Corbett (March 17, 1994)
Prospects Bullish for Humboldt's Business Club (March 18, 1994)
Fourteen Artists Claim Van Duzer Scholarships at Humboldt (March 18, 1994)
Studies Northridge Quake (March 25, 1994)
Seawood Experts Gather at Humboldt State University (March 31, 1994)
Alumni Meet (PSA) (April 5, 1994)
Dispute Resolution Workshop for Santa Rosa Area Attorneys (April 12, 1994)
Poet Nikki Giovanni to Appear at Humboldt State University (April 15, 1994)
Imposes Strict Rules on Human Research (April 21, 1994)
Preschool at Humboldt State Registering Children for 1994-95 (April 21, 1994)
Preschool Registration (PSA) (April 21, 1994)
Engineers and Surveyors Scholarship (April 22, 1994)
Museum Offers Summer Classes for Children (April 27, 1994)
Announces Carver Contest Winners (April 29, 1994)
to Present Actor and Acclaimed Hero of LA Riots (May 3, 1994)
Active in National Student Exchange (May 4, 1994)
Upward Bound and Summer Bridge Program Sponsorship (May 6, 1994)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Calculates Winners (May 6, 1994)
Museum Hosts "Under the Sea" Exhibit (May 9, 1994)
German Books Endowment (cutline) (May 11, 1994)
Endowment Established for German Books at Humboldt State (May 11, 1994)
Recommissions the Pacific Hunter (May 12, 1994)
Preschool Enrolling Children (PSA) (May 13, 1994)
Commencement in Redwood Bowl Saturday (May 15, 1994)
Honorary Doctor of Science to Louis W. Schatz (May 16, 1994)
Students Recognized for Community Service (May 23, 1994)
Community Service (cutline) (May 23, 1994)
Students Named Man and Woman of the Year (May 23, 1994)
Man and Woman of the Year (cutline) (May 23, 1994)
Honors Woman of the Year (May 23, 1994)
Five Humboldt State Students Excel in Academics (May 23, 1994)
Academic Excellence (cutline) (May 23, 1994)
Student Recognized for Community Service (May 23, 1994)
Humboldt County Students Compete in State History Day (May 26, 1994)
Gib Hunter Honored (cutline) (May 26, 1994)
Honorary Doctor of Science (cutline) (May 26, 1994)
Louis W. Schatz Awarded Honorary Doctor of Science (May 26, 1994)
to Host National Nurses Conference (May 27, 1994)
Trains Vets in Math and Science (June 3, 1994)
Extended Education Offers Class on Job Hunting (June 3, 1994)
Extended Education Class Focuses on Birds (June 7, 1994)
Extended Education Offers Environmental Activity (June 13, 1994)
Extended Education Offers "Pagemaker" Class (June 13, 1994)
Announces Indian Graduates in Teaching (June 13, 1994)
AETNA Donation (cutline) (June 20, 1994)
Simpson Helps Humboldt State Replace Old Forestry Truck (June 20, 1994)
Hazardous Waste Educational Workshop (news tip) (July 19, 1994)
Educational Talent Search Mini-Camp (July 19, 1994)
Educational Talent Search Mini-Camp (radio) (July 19, 1994)
Children's Center Participates in Child Care Food Program (July 21, 1994)
Offers Renewed Academic Life at 60 (July 22, 1994)
Over Sixty Program (PSA) (July 22, 1994)
Music Institute Offers Children's Classes at Humboldt State (August 26, 1994)
Finding Children's Art Between World and Toy (August 26, 1994)
"Forest to the Sea" Opens Ecosystem Management Series (August 26, 1994)
Today's Earthquake (media briefing) (September 1, 1994)
Emeritus Professor Harry Kieval Dies in Ashland, OR (September 12, 1994)
Scholar of the Year LaPlantz: Tempered metals, tempered minds (September 13, 1994)
Extensions Computing Classes to Fit Working Schedules (September 14, 1994)
"Energy & Society" Lectures Address Ethics, Solutions, Policies (September 16, 1994)
"Energy & Society" Series at Humboldt (PSA) (September 16, 1994)
Bancroft Awards Honor Music, Accounting Students at Humboldt (September 29, 1994)
A Double Dose of Royalty, Two Kings, One Queen for Homecoming (October 3, 1994)
Humboldt Invites All to Homecoming October 14-15 (October 3, 1994)
Forward to the Basics: Humboldt to Explore Students' Needs for PC (October 5, 1994)
10th California Indian Conference (news tip) (October 12, 1994)
"Energy, Ethics and Power" Address Takes 3-D Look (October 13, 1994)
Mad River Hospital Gives Future Nurses Shot in the Arm (October 20, 1994)
Campaign to Strengthen Economic Lifeline (Partnership) (October 21, 1994)
Scholarships Give Local Graduates First-Year Boost (October 21, 1994)
Students Provide Health Care in Haiti (news tip) (October 24, 1994)
Children to Make Bones About It, Rock Out at Museum (news tip) (October 24, 1994)
Women in Post-Communist World: A Report from Hungary (news tip) (October 24, 1994)
Music Institute Marks Change in Seasons, Welcomes New Classes (October 26, 1994)
It's Official: Comes to Its Census More New Faces, Women Outnumber Men in University's Enrollment (October 27, 1994)
Hanauer Receives Humboldt's First Freixas Scholarship (October 28, 1994)
Lyle Links "Regeneration" to Clean Living in the City (November 1, 1994)
Alumna Returns to Address Radiation Doses, Cell Survival (November 1, 1994)
Gromola Considers "Attorneys as Peacemakers" at Humboldt State (November 3, 1994)
"Attorneys as Peacemakers" Lecture (PSA) (November 3, 1994)
"Energy and Society" Lecture Series A Clean Look at Technology's Ways to Clear Los Angeles Haze (November 8, 1994)
Hear How Technology Could Clear LA's Smog (PSA) (November 8, 1994)
Bullen Gallery Welcomes "Black Island," "Burial Ground" Series (November 8, 1994)
Opdyke to Recount "Heroic Rescues" in Lecture at Humboldt (November 29, 1994)
Reformers Bring "Calculus Alive" for Kieval Lecture (November 29, 1994)
Children's Art Academy Offers New Level for Winter Term (November 29, 1994)
Humboldt State's Children's Art Academy (PSA) (November 29, 1994)
Bequest to Establish Fred Galbreath Wildlands Center (November 29, 1994)
Getting Solar Electricity When the Sun's Not Shining (November 30, 1994)
Arts Leader Exits State East: Shelley Leaves Humboldt Art's CenterArts (December 2, 1994)
Oil Spill Response - Letter and Fact Sheet (December 5, 1994)
Monday Night Poetry Offers Gotera's "Dragonfly" December 12 (December 6, 1994)
Monday Night Poetry - "Dragonfly" (PSA) (December 6, 1994)
Community Connection '94 with Listing of Activities (December 7, 1994)
HSU Women's Crew and Women's Soccer Fact Sheet (December 15, 1994)
Humboldt State's Over-Sixty Program (PSA) (December 22, 1994)
Library Open to Public Beginning January 17 (December 23, 1994)
Over Sixty Program Plenty to Learn, Little to Pay for Local Senior Citizens (December 23, 1994)

1995

Library Reopens Monday after Cleanup (January 6, 1995)
Hosts HCOE's "Authentic Learning" Conference (tipsheet) (January 12, 1995)
Turkey and Its People Captured in Land-Weber's Lens (January 24, 1995)
Value of Cultural Diversity Conference Feb. 4 at Humboldt (January 27, 1995)
Bullen Gallery to Showcase Art Faculty Through Mix of Media, Students see Teacher's Visions (January 27, 1995)
Dining for Success: Manners Matter (February 2, 1995)
Chamberlin Honored as Outstanding Professor (February 6, 1995)
Legendary Conservationist Brower at Humboldt State Feb 15 (February 6, 1995)
Realtors Invest in Education (February 7, 1995)
Environmental Systems Conference (news tip) (February 9, 1995)
Radical Environmentalism - Does It Help or Hinder? (February 9, 1995)
A Clear View of Glass Artistry in Hulet Lecture (February 9, 1995)
Glass Art Lecture (PSA) (February 9, 1995)
A U.S. Bancorp Chief Views Local Economic Prospects Feb 21 Lecture (February 10, 1995)
Advisory Board Elects Chair and Adds New Member (February 10, 1995)
Love of Music Benefit to Help Children (PSA) (February 15, 1995)
Love of Music Benefit to Help Children (February 15, 1995)
Hauser on Upstream, Downstream Saga of Eel, Russian Rivers (CRED Lecture) (February 17, 1995)
Does News Have a Future? Hicks Maynard to Deliver Hadley Lecture (February 20, 1995)
Hauser Lecture on River Issued (CRED series) (PSA) (February 21, 1995)
Renowned Journalist to Focus on Future of News (Hadley Lecture) (PSA) (February 21, 1995)
Historic Book Donated to University Library (cutline) (February 22, 1995)
Romance - What a Novel Idea! Women Writers (February 22, 1995)
Manila Servathon Launches "Help Build Community" March 4 (media advisory) (March 1, 1995)
Y.E.S. Launches "Help Build Community" (March 1, 1995)
DFG Selects Humboldt State for Oil-Spill Response Facility (March 6, 1995)
Spring Brings Nature's Colors to Children's Art Academy (March 8, 1995)
Biodiversity Lecture Offers Look on the Wildlands' Side (March 10, 1995)
Children's Art Academy (PSA) (March 13, 1995)
Calypso Band to Boost HSU Children's Center at Dance April 7 (March 20, 1995)
Calypso to Benefit Children's Center (PSA) (March 20, 1995)
Husband's Fiction, Wife's Poetry Coming to Humboldt (Jaffes' 3/30) (March 20, 1995)
Jaffes bring Fiction Poetry to Humboldt State (PSA) (March 20, 1995)
"Expanding Your Horizons" Conference at Humboldt State (March 21, 1995)
International Festival at Humboldt State April 16 (PSA) (March 21, 1995)
Students Share International Flair, Fair at University April 16 (March 21, 1995)
Resolving Conflicts for Troubled Youth (March 21, 1995)
Weather Knocks out KHSA - Again (KHSU news release) (March 23, 1995)
Earthquake Productions at the Circus, On the Beach, Under the Table (media advisory) (March 23, 1995)
Interview/Photo (Hart/Burr visit) (media advisory) (March 24, 1995)
Expects 1,000 Visitors for Preview April 8-10 (March 30, 1995)
World System Expert to Speak on Eco-Alienation, LA Riots (March 30, 1995)
These Units Really Count (Blood Drive) (cutline) (March 31, 1995)
Her Specialty: Resolving Conflicts Among At-Risk Youths (Escobedo-Steele) (April 12, 1995)
Speaker to Question "New World Disorder" April 19 (April 14, 1995)
Juried Student Exhibition Offers Array of Award Winning Art (April 14, 1995)
Future President of Ford Foundation to Speak (April 20, 1995)
Math for the Masses: Kieval Lecture to Explore "Patters of Life, Mind and the Universe" (April 21, 1995)
"Indians, Earthquakes and Nuclear War" (seismology lecture) (April 27, 1995)
Police Issue Safety Reminder in Wake of Redwood Bowl Incident (April 28, 1995)
to Offer Major in Native American Studies (May 2, 1995)
Showing Before Going, Humboldt State Seniors Exhibit Art (May 5, 1995)
Trading Places: Among Nation's Leaders in Student Exchange Program (May 5, 1995)
Scholarships Engineered for Five at Humboldt State (May 5, 1995)
Upward Bound & Summer Bridge Sponsorships (May 8, 1995)
Fred Galbreath to Receive Honorary Doctorate (May 11, 1995)
Pomp, Circumstances of Commencement (May 12, 1995)
Van Duzer Scholarship "Hometowners" (May 15, 1995)
Philanthropy's Matchmaker: Linda Frank Knows Humboldt State's Special Gifts, Critical Needs (May 15, 1995)
Watching the Hard Work of Guiding Children's Play (cutline) (May 15, 1995)
Phi Kappa Phi Selects Saunders for Scholarship (May 16, 1995)
Van Duzer Awards Support Art, Music, Theatre Students (May 16, 1995)
Week Long Institute Focuses on American Indian Education (May 16, 1995)
Summer Means "Celebration" at Children's Art Academy (May 30, 1995)
Children's Art Academy Summer Term (PSA) (May 30, 1995)
Redwood Math Tourney Calculates Winners (May 31, 1995)
How to Spot Dangerous Building, Hazmats Post-Quake (media advisory) (June 2, 1995)
Scholarships Link Students to Legacies (Rumble, Meredith, Kieval, Telonicher) (June 5, 1995)
Media Advisory: Fake Hazardous Spill to Spark Campus Drill... You're Invited (June 14, 1995)
Humboldt Duo Delves into Disclosure, Takes Research Prize (June 15, 1995)
CSU "Critical Response Unit" Training at Humboldt (news tip) (June 15, 1995)
Canez, Gibbons Receives Maggie Grifin Honors at Humboldt (June 15, 1995)
Students Who Make a Difference, Annual Awards, including Man/Woman of the Year (June 21, 1995)
Affirmative Action Lauds Literary Looks at Life (cutline) (June 30, 1995)
Pool, Diaz Receive Boost from Alumni (cutline) (July 3, 1995)
Jeni-Chriss Donated to Humboldt (cutline) (July 20, 1995)
Upward Bound Raises Goals (media advisory) (July 26, 1995)
Art of Celebration Exhibit at Humboldt State (August 3, 1995)
Fall Courses Offered through Extended Education (August 4, 1995)
Child Development Lab at Humboldt State (PSA) (August 8, 1995)
Intense Watershed Academy at Humboldt State (media advisory) (August 15, 1995)
Computer Recycler to Teach PC Basics, Repair for Novices (August 17, 1995)
Offers Computer Courses for Beginners (PSA) (August 17, 1995)
Makes Money Magazines Top 100 Best Buys (September 1, 1995)
President McCrone Responds to Money Magazine (media advisory) (September 5, 1995)
"Living on Shaky Ground" Revisits Earthquake Preparedness (September 6, 1995)
Children's Art Academy Presents "The Human Form" (September 14, 1995)
Receives Largest Cash Gift Ever (September 25, 1995)
Commitment to the Peace Corps (media advisory) (September 26, 1995)
From Tailhook and the Citadel to the 21st Century (September 26, 1995)
Reese Bullen Gallery Schedule (October 4, 1995)
IBIS Tracking Leads Safran to $4,000 Peacock Scholarship (October 4, 1995)
Garment Industry Exploitation Examined in "Visions" (October 5, 1995)
Distance No Obstacle in Master's in Social Work (October 5, 1995)
1995 Partnership Campaign Kicked Off (October 6, 1995)
Memories Converge Monday to Highlight Homecoming (media advisory) (October 13, 1995)
Traditions with a Twist (Homecoming) (October 16, 1995)
Counterfeit $20 Bill Shows up at Humboldt State (October 17, 1995)
Problem Solving for Crazy Times Opens Series No. 15 (October 18, 1995)
Problem Solving for Crazy Times (PSA) (October 18, 1995)
25th Kieval Lecture to Cover "Lattice Points in a Circle" (November 1, 1995)
Pair Brings "Beijing and Beyond" to Humboldt State (November 3, 1995)
"Ecological Self" Lecturer to Battle Global Despair Nov. 10 ((November 6, 1995)
"First Person, Present Tense" to Showcase Tripp's Art (November 6, 1995)
Scientific Prospector Finds Medicines in World's Rainforest (November 7, 1995)
They Keep Humboldt Humming (November 8, 1995)
Partnership Helps Launch Locals at Humboldt (November 13, 1995)
Reaction to Death of Rev. John Rogers (media alert) (November 14, 1995)
Sixth Graders to Walk All Over the World at Humboldt (November 15, 1995)
Baker to Lecture on Exporting Services Worldwide (November 21, 1995)
Bank of America Partnership Donation (December 18, 1995)

1996

Humboldt State's Over 60 Program (January 5, 1996)
Humboldt State's Over 60 Program (PSA) (January 5, 1996)
Children's Art Academy adds "Adornment" to Human Form (January 8, 1996)
"Lovers in Antiquity" Shows Warmth in Frieze (February 5, 1996)
Bancroft Scholarship for Humboldt State (February 6, 1996)
Bequest adds $200,000 to Bancroft Scholarship (February 6, 1996)
Help your Child Find the Trailhead to College Early (February 12, 1996)
Calypso Band's Dance to Benefit Children's Center (February 12, 1996)
Bibliophiles Through the Turnstiles (February 12, 1996)
Off the Shelves, Up for Sale (February 12, 1996)
"Get Real!" Teleconference on Health (media advisory) (February 12, 1996)
Calypso Dance to Benefit Children's Center (PSA) (February 13, 1996)
Helping Junior High Students Find the Right Path (February 13, 1996)
Peace Corps to Salute Humboldt's Foreign Legion (media advisory) (February 21, 1996)
Hippos Downstream (February 22, 1996)
Foreman Brings Wildlands Vision (February 22, 1996)
Legal Expert Robertson to Speak on Tribal Courts Feb. 29, (February 22, 1996)
Mad River Hospital Quadruple Dose of Support for Humboldt (March 20, 1996)
Proposition 203 - Public Education Facilities Bond (March 20, 1996)
Humboldt Chemist Puts Table on Shelves (March 22, 1996)
Taste the World's Fare at Cultural Festival March 31 (March 26, 1996)
Aids Answers Offered Anonymously in On-line Chat (media advisory) (March 27, 1996)
Children's Art Academy Offers Career Workshop for Teens (March 27, 1996)
News Conference to Discuss Undercover Drug Investigation (March 28, 1996)
Children's Art Academy Offers Career Workshop for Teens (PSA) (March 28, 1996)
Arrests 5, Seeks 2 more on Felony Drug Charges (March 29, 1996)
Where is Technology Taking Teaching (Courseware Development Center) (April 2, 1996)
From the Courtroom to the Classroom (Ben Allen, Outstanding Prof) (April 3, 1996)
Children's Art Academy to Explore "Shelter and Environment" (April 8, 1996)
Calypso Band's Dance to Benefit Children's Center Friday, April 12 (April 9, 1996)
They're Certifiably Set to Resolve Disputes (ISADR's graduates) (April 8, 1996)
Calypso Dance to Benefit Children's Center (PSA) (April 9, 1996)
Author Opposed to TV, Global Economy to Speak at Humboldt (April 9, 1996)
Diverse Group Seeks Positive Net Effect on Community (April 11, 1996)
Group Seeks Positive Net Effect on Community (April 11, 1996)
HSU to Host First Coast Redwood Conference (April 18, 1996)
Who's Who to Tell What's What in Tripleheader Friday (April 18, 1996)
Shells Discovery Day at Natural History Museum (April 19, 1996)
Fungi, Flowers & Trees, Oh My! (Botany Festival) (April 19, 1996)
Rocha Named Dean of Arts and Humanities at Humboldt State (April 23, 1996)
Alumni Trio Returns with Success Stories to Share (media advisory) (April 26, 1996)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Calculates Winners (April 30, 1996)
Marijuana Growlight Ignites Dorm Fire at Humboldt (May 3, 1996)
Humboldt's Schatz Lab to Drive $3.8 Million Clean-Car Project (May 8, 1996)
"Ride Shotgun" in Revolutionary Vehicle (fuel-cell cart) (May 8, 1996)
Class of '96 to Graduate Saturday at Humboldt (May 16, 1996)
Homes Needed to Host Summer Students from Japan (May 23, 1996)
Summer Hosts Needed for Japanese Students (PSA) (May 23, 1996)
Two Humboldt Teens off to Leadership Congress in Washington, D.C. (May 28, 1996)
The Sand Ridges of Humboldt County (May 29, 1996)
Children Display Art of Human Form, Adornment, Shelter (May 29, 1996)
Elderhostel Draws Seniors to Humboldt State (media advisory) (June 3, 1996)
African/AFRO-Cuban Dance Class at Humboldt (PSA) (June 6, 1996)
Humboldt Offers Week of African, Afro-Cuban Music & Dance (June 6, 1996)
Seeing Redwood Forests and Trees (June 18-29 conference) (media advisory) (June 11, 1996)
Redwood Conference Keynote, Coordinator, et al (media advisory) (June 17, 1996)
The Combination Plate of "Community Connections" (media advisory) (June 20, 1996)
Humboldt State Offers "Community Connections" (Ext. Ed. workshops) (June 20, 1996)
Children's Art Academy Summer Term (PSA) (June 21, 1996)
Children's Art Academy Offers Summer "Journey into Art" (June 21, 1996)
Upward Bound's USDA Summer Food Service Program Grant (June 25, 1996)
Reunion for Descendants of Humboldt State's First Donor (media advisory) (July 22, 1996)
"The Colors of Discovery" (Upward Bound Exhibit) (media advisory) (July 23, 1996)
Griffin Scholarships Help Your Students at Humboldt (July 23, 1996)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (July 29, 1996)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (PSA) (July 29, 1996)
Wells Fargo Delivers Scholarships to Humboldt (cutline) (July 30, 1996)
Humboldt Receives $650,000 to Expand Biological Studies (July 30, 1996)
"Money" Gives High Marks to HSU for "Best Buy" (August 20, 1996)
Corbett's "Gleanings" to Launch "First Fridays" Lecture Series (September 3, 1996)
"Paintings and Drawings," "Skulls and Pears" at Bullen Gallery (September 4, 1996)
Mushroom Man Largent Named Humboldt's Scholar of the Year (September 9, 1996)
"Classics Lite" Offers "Frankenstein," Plato, Others (September 10, 1996)
"Classics Lite" Class Offered (PSA) (September 10, 1996)
Children's Art Academy Takes to Tools for '96-'97 (September 10, 1996)
Humboldt State's Children's Art Academy (PSA) (September 10, 1996)
From Classrooms to Careers, Humboldt Graduates Report on Jobs (PSA) (September 13, 1996)
Technology Strategy: Getting Wired to Thrive CSU, Humboldt Envision Electronic Access Anywhere, Anytime for All Students (media advisory) (September 18, 1996)
Talent Search to Put Youngsters on College Track; Humboldt State Program Boosts Promising Junior High and High School Students (September 19, 1996)
Humboldt State Library to Welcome "Friends" with Civil War; Chamber Readers to Perform at Events Friday Night, Saturday Morning (September 20, 1996)
Library Friends to Present Chamber Readers (PSA) (September 20, 1996)
Humboldt State's Art Faculty to Hang It Up; Annual Faculty/Staff Exhibition Opens in Reese Bullen Gallery Oct. 9 (September 24, 1996)
Potter Pitelka Returns to Lecture at Humboldt State Oct. 4 (September 24, 1996)
"The Bold Ones" are Back for '80s Reunion Dance (October 1, 1996)
Man Sought After Striking University Officer with Pickup Truck (October 1, 1996)
Campus Arrests 3 Non-Students on Mushroom, Marijuana Charges (October 2, 1996)
Environmental Author Offers Blueprint for Green Living (October 7, 1996)
Rural Nursing to Get a Shot in the Arm (October 10, 1996)
Ranch-Bound Research Lab Ready to Roll (Humboldt State Converts School Bus for Scientific Field Studies) (October 11, 1996)
Environmental Author Offers Blueprint for Green Living (October 11, 1996)
Behavior Problems Associated with Learning Disorders (October 22, 1996)
"What if There's a Glitch?" A Look at Hidden Hurdles Some Children Face as They Try to Learn (media advisory) (October 29, 1996)
Humboldt Alumni Lend an Academic Hand (cutline) (November 4, 1996)
Humboldt State Honors Stellar Staff (cutline) (November 4, 1996)
"Risk and Resiliency" Workshop for Those Who Help Children Cope with Parents' Divorce (November 4, 1996)
Humboldt State Ceremony to Honor Veterans Monday (November 7, 1996)
"Making the Peace" Takes on the Roots of Male Violence (November 7, 1996)
Pivo Claims First Grigsby Award at Humboldt State (November 11, 1996)
Faculty Association Honors Hayfork's Hoopes (cutline) (November 11, 1996)
"Crew" Seeks to Reduce Impact of Giant Earthquakes with Fact Sheet (media advisory) (November 13, 1996)
Cranston to Deliver "Nuclear: Bombs, Reactors and Ethics" (November 19, 1996)
"Ecotopia" Creator Callenbach at Humboldt State Dec. 4 (November 19, 1996)
"Earthquake Fair" on Tsunamis, Legends, Volcanos, Uplift (November 26, 1996)
"Minimal Surfaces" Marks Kieval Lecture at Humboldt (November 26, 1996)
Partnership Campaign Links Humboldt State, Community Leaders (November 26, 1996)
Fortuna Graduate Hodges Receives $500 Freixas Scholarship (December 12, 1996)
Merger of Colleges Positions Humboldt State for Future (December 18, 1996)
Credit Card Scam Alert (November 18, 1996)
"Community Connections" - A Tradition of Giving Grows from Residence Halls, Humboldt State Students to Aid Local Services Saturday (December 5, 1996)
Seasonal Sing-Along Marks 50th Anniversary at Humboldt (December 6, 1996)
Frank Becomes Certified Specialist in Planned Giving (December 18,1996)
Humboldt State's Children's Art Academy (PSA) (December 20, 1996)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (PSA) (December 20, 1996)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program - Plenty to Learn, Little to Pay for Local Senior Citizens (December 20, 1996)
Children's Art Academy Picks up "Drawing Tools" Humboldt State's Saturday Program to Host Open House Jan. 11 (December 20, 1996)

1997

Live from Gist Hall: "The Teens are Talking" (January 16, 1997)
Mix-Up Prevents Delivery of Some Humboldt State Report Cards (January 17, 1997)
"The Painter's Craft" Takes Broad Brush to Exhibit - Humboldt State's Reese Bullen Gallery Spotlight Variety Feb. 3-28 (January 27, 1997)
"The Painter's Craft" Takes Broad Brush in Exhibit (January 27, 1997)
Humboldt State in a New Light, Earns PG&E Rebate (cutline) (January 31, 1997)
One of Mo's First Class Scholars - Humboldt State's Lockey White Receives $5,000 Honor Established by Congress (January 31, 1997)
"Strength through Unity" to Highlight Diversity Saturday (February 10, 1997)
Science and Environmental News at Humboldt (w/letter) (tipsheet) (February 12, 1997)
Humboldt State Christens Oil-Sill Response Facility - In an Oily Instant, Wildlife Classroom to Transform into Rescue Center for Seabirds (February 14, 1997)
Indian Basketry Displayed at Humboldt State (PSA) (February 18, 1997)
Humboldt State Hansen President of National College Group (February 18, 1997)
Three Nights for "Making it Happen" Next Week - Humboldt State, CR, Others Offer College-Planning Program for Grades 7-9 (February 18, 1997)
Nichols to Receive Humboldt Alumni Service Award (February 18, 1997)
McGuckin to Spotlight Cloisonne Jewelry at Humboldt Lecture (February 19, 1997)
Indian Basketry Displayed at Humboldt State (February 19, 1997)
"Whispering Winds" of Native Poetry at Humboldt State (February 19, 1997)
A Glimpse Around the Globe - Humboldt State Hosts Free International Cultural Festival of Food, Music, Dance March 2 (February 19, 1997)
Humboldt State Police Seek Help Locating Missing Student (February 19, 1997)
Reminder: Preview of Oiled Wildlife Recovery Facility - Top OSPR Officials to Join Reporters' Walk through Bird Bathhouse (February 20, 1997)
Updated: Humboldt State Police Continue to Seek Missing Student (February 21, 1997)
Missing Humboldt Student Located, Heading Home (February 21, 1997)
Silent Art Auction to Benefit Women's Enrichment (February 24, 1997)
"Earth in Mind" Author to Help Humboldt State Focus on Future (February 25, 1997)
Who's Who Trio to Focus on Fossils, Health Care, Star Trek (March 3, 1997)
Serving in the Community, While Learning in the Classroom (March 4, 1997)
Who's Who Trio Represents Humboldt's Stellar Alumni (media advisory) (March 5, 1997)
With "Her Mind Made Up," Artistry of Basket Caps on Display (March 14, 1997)
Attention Schoolgirls, Expand Your Horizon (March 18, 1997)
"Expanding Your Horizons" for Girls in Science (PSA) (March 18, 1997)
Sort Cuts, Juggling and the Math Behind Them (March 18, 1997)
On Corporate Accounts for the Environment (March 19, 1997)
Children's Art Academy Offers "Tools for the Third Dimension" (PSA) (March 20, 1997)
Children's Art Academy Enters 3rd Dimension (PSA) (March 20, 1997)
A Booster Rocket to Launch Girls Toward Science (media advisory) (March 21, 1997)
Expert Accountant: What's Green Got to Do with It (media advisory) (March 26, 1997)
Hundreds to Get First Glimpse at "Humboldt Preview" (April 8, 1997)
Read Scripts, Taste Embryonic Theatre Mondays at Humboldt (April 8, 1997)
Get Ready to Rumba! (Afro-Cuban Dance) (April 8, 1997)
Science Saturday for Girls - "Expanding Your Horizons) (media advisory) (April 10, 1997)
TV Show to Help Parents with Child Care (April 10, 1997)
"Radical Ecology" Author to Speak on Women, Environment (April 10, 1997)
"Who Shall Live? Altruistic Personalities of the Holocaust" (April 17, 1997)
Picturing My World, A Collaborative Photo Project for Exceptional Children (April 18, 1997)
Lumberjack Mascot Stands Tall at Humboldt State (April 24, 1997)
Want to Break Out in Song? Here's a Chance to Learn How (May 5, 1997)
Humboldt State Medal Resonates with Barlow's Deeds (May 6, 1997)
Mesler Identified as Genus Professor, Species Outstanding (May 6, 1997)
Class of '97 to Graduate Saturday at Humboldt State (May 12, 1997)
Realtors Invest in Education (cutline) (May 15, 1997)
Friends, AEDC Honor Hibler with Scholarship (cutline) (May 15, 1997)
Humboldt State Dedicates Parks Laboratory for Star Studies (May 16, 1997)
Humboldt Offers Free Summer Tutoring in Math, English (PSA) (May 21, 1997)
Hosts Needed for International Students (PSA) (May 21, 1997)
Free Two-Week Tutoring in Arcata, Fortuna, Eureka (May 21, 1997)
Humboldt Hospitality Sought to IELI's Foreign Students (May 22, 1997)
Humboldt State's Indian Center Receives $900,000 for 3 Projects (May 28, 1997)
Humboldt State to Announce New Director of Athletics (May 30, 1997)
Versatile Barnes to Direct Lumberjacks' Athletics (June 2, 1997)
Redwood Empire Math Tourney Calculates Winners w/Sidebar Quiz (June 10, 1997)
Humboldt Hails "Students Who Make a Difference" (June 11, 1997)
Humboldt State Honors Weston for Geographic Contributions (June 12, 1997)
Humboldt State Honors McCanless for "Excellence in Athletics" (June 12, 1997)
Humboldt State Hails Worthen for Academic Excellence (June 12, 1997)
Humboldt State Hails Ravasco as "Woman of the Year" (June 12, 1997)
Afro Cuban Dance Class at Humboldt (PSA) (June 16, 1997)
Humboldt Offers Week of African, Afro-Cuban Music and Dance (June 16, 1997)
National Student Leadership Conference (news tip) (June 18, 1997)
Free Meals for Some Upward Bound, Summer Bridge Participants (June 27, 1997)
Humboldt State Invites Alumni to Help Plan Homecoming (July 11, 1997)
NSF Survey: Humboldt a Key Launchpad for Science Doctorates (July 24, 1997)
Humboldt Cited as Springboard to Scientific Success (media advisory) (July 24, 1997)
Early-Morning Dash Leads to Felony Arrest at Humboldt State (July 30, 1997)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (July 30, 1997)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (PSA) (July 31, 1997)
Jain Award Fosters "Savoir-faire" at Humboldt (cutline) (August 5, 1997)
Light Earthquake Provides Punch at Lunch (August 6, 1997)
Smullin Awards Broadcast Academic Success at Humboldt (August 12, 1997)
Changes to Reese Bullen Gallery Schedule at Humboldt (August 18, 1997)
Humboldt State Nationally Ranked on Two College Lists - U.S. News & World Report and Money Magazine (August 21, 1997)
2 Transients Arrested on Felony Marijuana Charges at Humboldt (August 21, 1997)
New Dean (Parker) Dedicated to Discovery Detail at Humboldt State (August 25, 1997)
Costello Takes Reins of Professional Studies at Humboldt State (August 25, 1997)
To the Tune of $113 Million, Humboldt State Helps Local Economy (September 4, 1997)
Sawyer Named Humboldt State's Scholar of the Year (September 4, 1997)
Don't Blame the Hindenburg on Hydrogen, Says Expert (September 8, 1997)
Children's Art Academy Embraces Style (PSA) (September 17, 1997)
Nurturing a Child's Style (Children's Art Academy) (September 17, 1997)
Toste Appointed to University Advisory Board (September 19, 1997)
"Indian Entrepreneurship" Focus of Tribal Management Workshop (September 22, 1997)
For Indian Entrepreneurs (PSA) (September 22, 1997)
Fresh Off the Shelves (PSA) (September 22, 1997)
They Keep Humboldt Humming (Staff Recognition Award) (September 23, 1997)
Morris Named President of Statewide Alumni Council (September 23, 1997)
Groth Family's Art Graces Bullen Gallery's "Northcoast Review" (September 23, 1997)
University Police to Saddle up Horses for Campus Patrol (October 1, 1997)
Humboldt State Offers Access to "Megan's Law" CD-ROM (October 1, 1997)
Humboldt State's Child Development Lab Grows Up (October 2, 1997)
Off the Shelves, Up for Sale (HSU Library) (October 3, 1997)
Humboldt Homecoming Hoopla not Just for Alumni (October 3, 1997)
University Police Start Horsing Around (Mounted Patrol) (media advisory) (October 8, 1997)
Humboldt's Child Development Lab Celebrates 30 Years (media advisory) (October 8, 1997)
Humboldt Duo to Debate British National Team Oct. 23 (October 14, 1997)
Will American Indian Sovereignty Survive? (October 14, 1997)
"Does Science Count in Environmental Decisions?" (October 15, 1997)
Afro-Cuban Dance Workshop at Humboldt (October 15, 1997)
Michael Eugene Plett - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Matthew Krupnick - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Michael Caudill - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Lockey White - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Charles Douglas - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Dorte Jensen - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Carmen Tirado-Paredes - Local Student Initiated into National Leadership Honor Society (October 16, 1997)
Free Academic Boost for Veterans (PSA) (October 16, 1997)
Humboldt Offers Free College Prep Classes for Veterans (October 16, 1997)
Barroso Brings Afro-Cuban Dance Workshop to Humboldt Nov. 1-2 (October 16, 1997)
Legal Expert Ponders "Will the Tribal Nations Survive?" d'Errico to Inaugurate American Indian Civic Series Oct. 24 (media advisory) (October 22, 1997)
Partain Scholarship Honors Forestry Senior Muha (October 28, 1997)
A Live Launch for "Women Work" Sunday (October 28, 1997)
CFA Extends "Equity" with Scholarship (cutline) (October 28, 1997)
Humboldt State Ceremony to Honor Veterans (October 29, 1997)
"Women in the Wild Blue Yonder" Salutes Military Female Pilots (October 31, 1997)
Catch up with "Women in the Wild Blue Yonder" (media advisory) (November 4, 1997)
Humboldt State Activates Oil-Spill Response Facility (November 5, 1997)
Response Facility Activated to Treat Oiled Seabirds (media advisory) (November 6, 1997)
These Jobs are for the Oiled Birds (media advisory) (November 7, 1997)
How to Handle Oiled Birds - Don't (November 7, 1997)
Humboldt State Ceremony to Honor Veterans (November 7, 1997)
Preparing Right Now for the Next Disaster (media advisory) (November 8, 1997)
Tally Approaches 400 for Live Oiled Birds (media advisory) (November 10, 1997)
To Lumberjack: Memo on Hope Scholarships (media advisory) (November 13, 1997)
Blasts, Cracks, Tsunamis at Humboldt State Earthquake Fair (November 19, 1997)
Blasts, Cracks, Tsunamis at Earthquake Fair (PSA) (November 20, 1997)
A Look at "Cool," "Hot" Numbers, How They're Abused (November 20, 1997)
Touring Mathmobile Adds Dec. 3 Stop at Humboldt State (November 20, 1997)
"Protecting Indian Religious Rights" Dec. 12 at Humboldt (December 8, 1997)
Fuel for Finals: Free Meal for Students Tonight (December 15, 1997)
Children's Art Academy Embraces Dreams (PSA) (December 17, 1997)
Get Ready for Mass Casualties (PSA) (December 17, 1997)
It Takes a Community to Respond to Mass Casualties (December 17, 1997)
"Art in Our Dreams" Winter Term's a Surreal Reality for Children's Art Academy at Humboldt State (December 17, 1997)
Humboldt Hospitality Sought for Foreign Students (December 21, 1997)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (PSA) (December 21, 1997)
Humboldt State's Over Sixty Program (December 22, 1997)
Hosts Needed for Brazilian, Japanese Students (December 23, 1997)

1998

University Medal Cites Clausen's Legacy (photo and cutline) (January 5, 1998)
Humboldt Alumni Lend an Academic Hand (photo and cutline) (January 5, 1998)
Focus on Indians and Environmental Issues (January 26, 1998)
Humboldt State Remains Open Despite Storm (February 5, 1998)
Indians and the Environment - Past and Future Links, Author/Historian David Lewis to Preview Perspectives at 11am Friday (February 5, 1998)
3 Nights Set for "Making it Happen" - Humboldt State, CR, Others to Help Grades 7-9 Plan for College (February 12, 1998)
Humboldt State to Discuss Parking at Town Hall Meeting (February 16, 1998)
Foreign Students Invite Public to Think Globally, Taste Locally - Humboldt State Hosts Free International Cultural Festival Sunday, March 1 (February 20, 1998)
Alumni Who's Who Trio to Tell What's Up - Tennis Star, Make-up Artist, Hazard Hunter to Lecture at Humboldt State March 5 (February 20, 1998)
What to Wear? Other Commencement Questions on the Web (February 20, 1998)
"Fusion" Brings Hip-Hop, Black History to Humboldt Saturday - Multimedia Production from Arrested Development Members Showcases Culture (February 25, 1998)
Griffin Scholarship Helps Yurok Students at Humboldt (February 27, 1998)
Humboldt Offers Free "Academic Bootcamp" for Veterans (February 27, 1998)
Free Academic Boost for Veterans (PSA) (February 27, 1998)
Who's Who Trio Returns as Alumni with Luster (March 4, 1998)
From Diversity a Shared Goal of Empowered Communities Conference to Showcase Cultural Tapestry, to Highlight Common Threads (media advisory) (March 5, 1998)
"Coyote's Game" to Explore Indian Casinos, Sovereignty, Identity - Free AICP Lecture Series Continues at Humboldt State Friday, March 27 (March 11, 1998)
From "Learn to Earn" to Freshmen, Humboldt Bank Helps Students (March 13, 1998)
Children's Art Academy (PSA) (March 13, 1998)
Spring Brings "Symbols" to Children's Art Academy (March 13, 1998)
Burke's Approach: Care, Share, Mix Fun with Fieldwork (March 17, 1998)
"Tiny's" Rescuers Feted at Feast (photo and cutline) (March 17, 1998)
Indian Casinos - What do Tribal Communities Win, Lose? Historian Miller to Preview "Coyote's Game" at Humboldt State (media advisory) (March 26, 1998)
Spud Gun's Dance Music to Benefit Children's Center April 24 (April 6, 1998)
Rock 'n' Blues Dance to Benefit Children's Center (PSA) (April 6, 1998)
It's Street-Ready: America's First Fuel-Cell Car - Local Preview of Clean Car that will be Unveiled at Clean Cities Celebration (media advisory) (April 14, 1998)
Preview Gives Prospective Students a Peek at Humboldt State - University Hopes First Impressions Lead to Lasting Memories of College Years (April 14, 1998)
Humboldt State to Fake a Quake for Preparedness - Community Encouraged to Join in Friday Exercise to "Duck, Cover and Hold" (April 15, 1998)
Emergency Responder Fair Friday, 10am-1pm - CDF, CHP USGS helicopters to Converge on Campus at Noon (media advisory) (April 16, 1998)
More than 30 Classes, Camps in Summer Lineup for Learning - Humboldt State Offerings Range from Computer Camp for Children to Elderhostel Outings (April 16, 1998)
Hadley and Boreing Elected Officers of Advisory Board (April 17, 1998)
"Whales, Seals and Sea Lions" to Surface in Slideshow Friday - Humboldt State Mammalogist Goley to Focus on North Coast Natural History (April 17, 1998)
Do "Chaos Games" Have Rules? Kieval Lecture Series Brings Mathematics to the Masses April 23 (April 17, 1998)
Clean, Quiet, Cool - and Ready for the Road - Humboldt State to Unveil America's First Street-Ready Fuel-Cell Car in Palm Desert April 24 (April 21, 1998)
Humboldt Taps 10 for Van Duzer Awards - Scholarship Program Honors Potential in Music, Art, Theatre Arts (April 28, 1998)
For 3 Women, Love and Math + Mastery = Scholarships (April 28, 1998)
Riess Named Student "Engineer of the Year" at Humboldt State (April 29, 1998)
Scholarships Boost Biology Students at Humboldt State (May 5, 1998)
Humboldt State Geographers Show Range, Sweep CGS Awards (May 6, 1998)
Monica Hadley to Receive Honorary Doctorate from Humboldt State (May 6, 1998)
Humboldt State's "Living and Learning" Eases Transition - Out of High School, On their Own, Students Appreciate Friendly Framework (May 7, 1998)
Garff Bell Wilson, Former Dean, Drama Steward, Dies at 89 (May 11, 1998)
Humboldt State Readies for Commencement, Saturday, May 16 (May 12, 1998)
"Culture Shock" Dancers to Present Positive Steps - Humboldt State, Others Bring Anti-Drug Program to High Schools May 18 (May 13, 1998)
Redwood Empire Math Tournament Calculates Winners - 185 from 21 Schools Each Face 4 of 10 Tests at Humboldt State's 39th Running (May 13, 1998)
Navigating Negotiation - Humboldt State ISADR Aims at "Successfully Managing Business Conflicts" (May 15, 1998)
A Special Array of Straight As - Humboldt State Honors Students for Academics, Activism, Altruism, Athletics, Art (May 22, 1998)
Humboldt State Opens First Street Gallery - Former Cultural Center to Complement Art, Offer Academic Venue in Old Town (media advisory) (June 3, 1998)
Humboldt State Joins Old Town's Art Community - New Center Offers First Street Gallery, New Courses, "A Good Marriage" with the City (June 5, 1998)
Humboldt State Names San Ramon's Jacks Shaw Woman of the Year (June 8, 1998)
Marshall Earns Humboldt State's Community Service Award (June 8, 1998)
Recycling Savvy Nets Carmichael's Ford Humboldt State Award (June 8, 1998)
Quincy's Murphy Earns Humboldt State's Activism Award (June 8, 1998)
LoMascolo Honored for Academic Excellence at Humboldt State (June 8, 1998)
Humboldt Cites Fremont's Burgess for Athletic Excellence (June 8, 1998)
Ernst Honored by Humboldt State for Excellence in Fine Arts (June 8, 1998)
Humboldt Cites Los Alamitos' Althaus for Academic Excellence (June 8, 1998)
Humboldt Cites Beverly Hills' Kahn for Academic Excellence (June 8, 1998)
Humboldt State Buys Daly Building in Downtown Eureka - Deal Marks "First Step in a Long, Exploratory Process" (June 12, 1998)
Open Houses to Help Guide Seniors from High School to Humboldt University Welcomes Prospective Students to Campus June 27, July 18 (June 15, 1998)
Humboldt Offers Week of African, Afro-Cuban Music and Dance (June 30, 1998)
Humboldt State University Annual Report, 1996-1997 (media advisory) (July 8, 1998)
Another Step Beyond ITEPP for Native American Graduates - Humboldt State Program Fosters Future Schoolteachers among Indians (July 13, 1998)
Humboldt State Receives Update to "Megan's Law" CD-ROM - Database of Convicted Sex Offenders Now Includes 433 in Humboldt County (July 13, 1998)
The Generosity to Launch Leadership (cutline) (July 14, 1998)
Griffin Scholarships Awarded to Yurok Trio at Humboldt State (July 15, 1998)
"Rainbow Soup" Shows the Art of Teen Resiliency - Humboldt State's Upward Bound Program Fosters Futures (media advisory) (July 21, 1998)
Children's Center at HSU Sponsors 1998-99 Child Care Food Program (August 3, 1998)
Attention Veterans - Free College-Prep Classes at Humboldt PSA (August 6, 1998)
Day or Night, Veterans to Fall in for Upward Bound at Humboldt (August 7, 1998)
Humboldt State Nationally Ranked by U.S. News for a Sixth Time (August 21, 1998)
Curtain Rises on New Academic Year at Humboldt State - Meet the Dean who Directs the Magic, Mechanics of Enrollment Management (media advisory) (August 21, 1998)
R/V Coral Sea - Humboldt State University's Oceanographic Vessel (media advisory) (August 26, 1998)
Humboldt State's R/V Coral Sea Ready to Cruise, Scientifically - University Prepares to Rechristen its New Research Vessel (August 28, 1998)
Scandinavia in Color, New York/New Jersey in B&W (RBG Exhibit) (September 10, 1998)
Children's Art Academy (PSA) (September 10, 1998)
Children's Art Academy Turns to the Masters (September 10, 1998)
HSU Day / Day of Caring (September 14, 1998)
Dell'Arte / HEEC Share Outreach Award (September 14, 1998)
Scholar of the Year Rick Golightly (September 14, 1998)
Sale to Benefit Humboldt State Pow-Wow (PSA) (September 16, 1998)
Sale to Benefit Humboldt State Pow-Wow (September 17, 1998)
Keep on Eye Out for Counterfeit $20 Bills (September 18, 1998)
New Sculptures Arise from Abandoned Machinery (September 28, 1998)
Night Classes for Veterans Upward Bound (PSA) (September 30, 1998)
Now at Night - Free College-Prep Classes for Veterans (September 30, 1998)
HSU Hosts Orientation for Future Teachers (PSA) (September 30, 1998)
Humboldt State Hosts Orientation for Future Teachers (September 30, 1998)
Second Largest Cash Gift in Humboldt's History Benefits Renewable Energy and Forest Management (Dr. Schatz) (October 6, 1998)
Fresh off the Shelves (book sale) (PSA) (October 8, 1998)
Off the Shelves, Up for Sale (book sale) (October 8, 1998)
Childhood Athletics Conference (PSA) (October 13, 1998)
Freshmen Admission Day (PSA) (October 15, 1998)
Freshmen Admission Day (October 19, 1998)
Hight Joins HSU Foundation Board (October 19, 1998)
Childhood Athletics Conference (What's the Real Score...) (October 21, 1998)
Staff Recognition Awards (cutline) (October 22, 1998)
"Exuberant" Prints at RBG (October 26, 1998)
Veterans Day Ceremony at Humboldt (PSA) (October 27, 1998)
Humboldt State Ceremony to Honor Veterans (October 27, 1998)
New CSU Chancellor Charles B. Reed to Visit Humboldt State (media advisory) (October 28, 1998)
Olympian Mills at Humboldt for A.I.C.M.D. (October 28, 1998)
Geologist to Explain "Amazing News" (October 29, 1998)
Gold Grad's Durable Smiles (cutline) (October 29, 1998)
"Open Mind" Benefit Concert (November 2, 1998)
Olympic Legend Billy Mills at HSU (media advisory) (November 3, 1998)
Debate Team Hosts British National Champions (November 4, 1998)
The Issues that Come into Play (feature) (November 4, 1998)
Building "Equity" with CFA Scholarship (cutline) (November 9, 1998)
Veteran's Day Ceremony (media advisory) (November 9, 1998)
Freshman Admission Day (media advisory) (November 10, 1998)
HSU Arrests Man Charged in N.C. Molestation Cases (November 20, 1998)
Scholar to Sum Up Kieval Lecture (November 24, 1998)
AIDS Week Events (November 24, 1998)
Earthquake Fair (PSA) (November 24, 1998)
Earthquake Fair (November 25, 1998)
Library to Share Tips on Heirloom Preservation (November 25, 1998)
NR Career Day 25th Anniversary (media advisory) (December 2, 1998)
Bank America Foundation Supports Afro-Cuban Dance (cutline) (December 7, 1998)
These Penpals could be "Calculator Cousins" (media advisory) (December 7, 1998)
Interpretive Exhibits Debut at Patrick's Point and Arcata Marsh (media advisory) (December 8,1998)
Pacific Bell Helps Restore Critical Connection (Youth Mentorship) (media advisory) (December 11, 1998)
Students to Receive FINALS Meal (media advisory) (December 11, 1998)
Pacific Bell Supports Youth Mentorship Program (December 14, 1998)
Children Art Academy to Listen to "Today's Voices" (December 15, 1998)
Children's Art Academy (PSA) (December 15, 1998)
NSF Fastlane Workshop (December 16, 1998)
Christmas Tree for Women's Shelter (media advisory) (December 17, 1998)
Veteran's Upward Bound Winter Session (December 18, 1998)
Humboldt Student Victim of Assault/Attempted Robbery (December 21, 1998)
Grigsby Scholar - Shyla Penn (December 23, 1998)
Over 60 Program (December 23, 1998)
Over 60 Program (PSA) (December 23, 1998)
Veterans Upward Bound (PSA) (December 23, 1998)

1999

Issues of Transgender Community Workshop (January 7, 1999)
Foster to Lead Local Law Enforcement Chiefs (January 8, 1999)
Rockin', Soulful Train to Deliver Free Concert at Humboldt (January 14, 1999)
CSU Chancellor Teleconference Today on Outcome of Collective Bargaining (January 26, 1999)
Humboldt Offers Communicative Sciences & Disorders Major Through Fresno State Distance Learning (January 28, 1999)
Expanding Horizons (PSA) (February 9, 1999)
"Expanding Horizons" Science for Girls (February 9, 1999)
College: Making it Happen (PSA) (February 10, 1999)
College: "Making it Happen" (February 11, 1999)
Hispanic Film Festival (February 11, 1999)
Boxer to Bosnia (Special to Times-Standard) (February 12, 1999)
Posada Art Exhibit (February 17, 1999)
Stokes Named Humboldt State's Vice President for Academic Affairs (February 19, 1999)
Yurok Tribe Aided by Fuel Cell in Remote Klamath River Valley (February 19, 1999)
International Cultural Festival (February 19, 1999)
Alumni Who's Who Awards (February 23, 1999)
Indian Activist Trudell to Bring "Bad Dog" (February 26, 1999)
CFA Members Reject Tentative Contract (March 1, 1999)
First Street Gallery's First Student Show (media advisory) (March 4, 1999)
Schoenfeld's "Landscape and Memory" First Street Gallery (March 4, 1999)
Computer Recovered Quickly after Alleged Burglary (March 8, 1999)
Veterans Upward Bound (PSA) (March 11, 1999)
Veterans Upward Bound Evening Session (March 11, 1999)
Bravo's "Riverbank" at First Street Gallery (March 22, 1999)
"Poetry for the People" Director (march 22, 1999)
Ken Fisher - Get Lowdown on High Finances (media advisory) (March 24, 1999)
"Buzz" to Bolt - Webb Retires (media advisory) (March 29, 1999)
New Director Leads Children's Art Academy (March 30, 1999)
Webb Retires - Special to McKinleyville Press and Arcata Eye (March 31, 1999)
Children's Art Academy (PSA) (March 31, 1999)
Every Body is Beautiful Week (March 31, 1999)
Music Springs Forth! Women's Concert (April 1, 1999)
"Music Springs Forth" Concert (media advisory) (April 15, 1999)
County's "Wild Flower Wonderlands" (April 15, 1999)
President of Mathematical Association of America to Present 33rd Kieval Lecture (April 15, 1999)
EOC Dedication (media advisory) (April 22, 1999)
EOC Dedicated to Deal with Disasters (April 22, 1999)
Redwood (April 26, 1999)
Reitzel - Outstanding Professor (May 3, 1999)
Peace Corps Director to Visit Humboldt (May 7, 1999)
Commencement for Class of '99 (May 7, 1999)
Peace Corps Director to Honor Humboldt Service (media advisory) (May 12, 1999)
Guidelines for Commencement Coverage (media advisory) (May 14, 1999)
American Indian Civics Day (media advisory) (May 20, 1999)
"Nations Within a Nation" American Indians Civics Day (May 20, 1999)
Two Teens Off to Leadership Congress (Talent Search) (June 1, 1999)
Ocean Science for Children (June 10, 1999)
"Students Who Make a Difference" (June 11, 1999)
Ocean Science Sessions for Children (PSA) (June 14, 1999)
Fuel Cell Vehicle in SF (June 16, 1999)
National Geographic Takes Two from Humboldt (cutline) (June 17, 1999)
National Geographic Takes Kunkler (June 17, 1999)
National Geographic Takes San Anselmo's Travis (June 17, 1999)
Memo with Catalog (media advisory) (July 6, 1999)

2000

Summer Previews Guide Seniors from High School to Humboldt (July 5, 2000)
Tykes to Trek to Tides in Trinidad Tomorrow (Friday, Too) (MA) (July 5, 2000)
Sense of Site - Fitting a 5-Story Future on Forest's Slope (MA) (July 14, 2000)
Ready to Rumba? Wanna Conga? (July 21, 2000)
Wanna Conga? Find out Who Does and How (MA) (July 26, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Inspiration, Innovation, Curiosity, Generosity (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Armstrong Earns "A" for Activism at HSU (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Humboldt Honors Adoptive Mom for Resuscitating Pre-Med (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Adam Carewe: Busy Hoopster from Petaluma Scores Academically (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Nicole Gans: Gans Honored for Women's Center Efforts (July 31, 2000)
Man of the Year - Ukiah's Hatfield Named HSU's "Man of the Year" (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - HSU's Fine Arts Award Finds Multi-Dimensional Hein (July 31, 2000)
Soccer All-American Scores with HSU Award, Pro Contract - John Koven (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Upon Re-Entry, Reeves Shines in Social Work (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - Concern for Kids, Cacti Earn El Cajon Woman Honor (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - From Molecular to Ecological, Schuh Shines at all Levels (July 31, 2000)
Students Who Make a Difference - San Dieguito's Zavora HSU's "Woman of the Year" (July 31, 2000)
Finding Faults at the County Fair - Great Cascadia! Plate Tectonics, Tsunamis Take over Exhibit (August 10, 2000)
Curtain Rises on New Academic Year at HSU (MA) (August 25, 2000)
HSU Welcomes 2,200 New Students - Enrollment Steady as University Opens Academic Year (August 28, 2000)
HSU's Art Faculty to Hang it Up - Annual Faculty/Staff Exhibition Opens in First Street Gallery (August 28, 2000)
How the White House Might Affect the Schoolhouse - Education Colloquium (August 31, 2000)
Humboldt Drops Theater Plans for Daly Building (September 8, 2000)
From the Sky Came a Shield - "Forgotten Hero of My Lai" to Speak on Courage at CR, HSU (September 12, 2000)
HSU Hosts Orientation for Future Teachers (September 13, 2000)
HSU Hosts Orientation for Future Teachers (PSA) (September 13, 2000)
HSU Launches Children's Language Academy (September 15, 2000)
White House Honors INRSEP (September 18, 2000)
The Craze of the Holidays in the Classroom - Education Colloquium Looks at Holidays (September 20, 2000)
HSU to Revisit Transportation Issues of New Building - BSS (September 20, 2000)
"To Save a Life" Captures Expressions of Rescuers - First Street Gallery - Ellen Land-Weber (September 20, 2000)
"Forgotten Hero" of My Lai to Share Memories, Values (MA) (September 26, 2000)
Kinetic "Acquired Identity" at First Street Gallery (September 28, 2000)
HSU Hosts 3rd Annual "Dialogue on Race" (September 29, 2000)
The Master's to a Global Degree - Peace Corps (MA) (October 2, 2000)
HSU to Dedicate Scientific Instrument Museum Octo. 13 (October 6, 2000)
HSU's Early Scientific Instruments go on Display (MA) (October 11, 2000)
Cool Tools from Way Back (October 12, 2000)
Fresh Off the Shelves - Library Book Sale (PSA) (October 12, 2000)
HSU Library Sale Speaks Volumes (October 12, 2000)
Time to Talk with a Top Teacher - Conversations with Exemplary Teachers (October 12, 2000)
Just for Locals, HSU Quick to Admit - Freshman Admissions Day Helps Students (October 20, 2000)
On Live TV, "Doc in the Box" Presents St. Joseph's CEO (November 1, 2000)
An Inspiration in Education, Diver-Stamnes Earns Key Honor (November 2, 2000)
How Teachers Can Put "Herstory" into World History (November 2, 2000)
Freedom Bus to Stop at HSU to Deliver Rights Message (November 3, 2000)
Life-Saving Gifts to Help Restore Rhythm to Hearts - Defibrillators (November 8, 2000)
HSU Student Chapter of the Society of Women Engineers - Flume Demonstration (November 10, 2000)
What Can be Read into the Meaning of Literacy - Education Colloquium (November 17, 2000)
Now with More Majors than Ever - Holiday Student Art Exhibit at First Street Gallery (November 27, 2000)
You Just Can't Turn Your Back on Things - CSU Trustees' Award for Outstanding Achievement (November 29, 2000)
HSU Examining Athletics' Role at University (December 1, 2000)
Hundreds Look to Schmooze, Cruise, Maybe Choose - Career Day (MA) (December 5, 2000)
Does it Take a Community to Keep Youngsters Out of Jail - CASAE (December 19, 2000)
HSU Puts Geography Back on the Map - California Geographic Alliance (December 19, 2000)
CGA's Home Makes Humboldt Geographic Place to Be (December 19, 2000)
Veterans Upward Bound: Making Academic Maneuvers (December 20, 2000)

2001

Discount Lures Seniors - Even as Freshman - to Humboldt State (January 4, 2001)
Quilts to Warm the Hearts - Hoopa Schoolchildren Give Blanket Answer to "What is Precious" (January 9, 2001)
Humboldt's Infrastructure Upgrade Hits Key Intersection (January 12, 2001)
Picture This: Children Becoming Better Readers (February 1, 2001)
For 20th Time, Youths to Make History at Humboldt State (February 1, 2001)
More Languages Equals More Friends at Language Academy (February 2, 2001)
Kansas Honors McCrone with Haworth Award (February 5, 2001)
Griffin Scholarship Helps Yurok Students at Humboldt (February 15, 2001)
Home Cooking from 24 Nations at International Festival (February 16, 2001)
Are Charter Schools a Real Learner's Permit? Humboldt Colloquium Hosts Panel (February 16, 2001)
Moose Soup, Caribou Ice Cream Top Native Menu - "First Nations Feast" (February 16, 2001)
Humboldt Seeks Community Views for Athletic Review (February 16, 2001)
Humboldt's Kieval Lecture to Examine Mathematics Behind Maximum Speed (February 20, 2001)
With Bread Hot from Oven, Reporters to Get First Taste - First Nations Feast (MA) (February 20, 2001)
March 12 Deadline for $1000 Van Duzer Awards (March 2, 2001)
Alumni Trio Displays Art at First Street Gallery (March 2, 2001)
Going Mobile: Flying Fish to Welcome Visitors to Fisheries and Wildlife Building (MA) (March 8, 2001)
"Expanding Your Horizons" for Girls in Science (PSA) (March 9, 2001)
A Booster Rocket to Launch Girls Toward Science "Expanding Your Horizons" (March 9, 2001)
Peace Corps Releases Annual List of Top Volunteer-Producing Universities and Colleges (March 9, 2001)
The Impact of Openness - Education Colloquium to Focus on Gay Teacher's Case Study (March 27, 2001)
Spotlight on Visiting Stars at Latino Film Fest (March 27, 2001)
Chicana Playwright to Mark First Cesar Chavez Day at Humboldt (March 27, 2001)
Willits Students Claim Awards at Redwood Math Tourney (March 29, 2001)
Del Norte Students Claim Awards at Redwood Math Tourney (March 29, 2001)
The Jury's In, the Art Goes Up - Annual Student Exhibit (April 4, 2001)
The Jury's Done Its Job, Now the Hangings Begin (MA) (April 4, 2001)
Author to Dissect Silicon Valley's Political Saga (April 9, 2001)
Philip to Focus on How Feminism Fits in Science, Globalism (April 9, 2001)
Humboldt to Welcome Hundreds to Preview April 21-22 (April 13, 2001)
Humboldt Symposium to Swim in Issues of Klamath Basin (April 13, 2001)
April 19 Lecture Asks, What Did Darwin Believe? (April 13, 2001)
HSU Powwow Welcomes All to Celebration of Indian Culture (April 13, 2001)
Go Figure! Humboldt Honors Hunt as Outstanding Professor (April 24, 2001)
When Bright Minds, Big Hearts Get Pats on the Back (April 24, 2001)
Ever Seen Alexander von Humboldt Looking so Good? (MA) (April 25, 2001)
Ever Seen Alexander von Humboldt Looking so Good? Restored Portrait (April 27, 2001)
Graduates with Gratitude, Art Seniors Hold Annual Event (April 27, 2001)
Twin Talks Tackle Darwin, Gould, European History (May 1, 2001)
With Artificial Turf Comes Real Chance for More Fun (MA) (May 3, 2001)
With Artificial Turf Comes Real Chance for More Fun (May 4, 2001)
Alexander von Humboldt: An Explorer who Explained (May 4, 2001)
Handling Tests When the Stakes are High: Open Forum for Educators Slated for HSU (May 8, 2001)
It's All in How You Interpret Things: From Big Lagoon to Biodiesel (MA) (May 10, 2001)
Campus Place to Honor Fallen Comrades (MA) (May 14, 2001)
Guidelines for Graduation: Humboldt State Commencement Ceremonies (MA) (May 14, 2001)
Humboldt State's Class of 2001 Readies for Commencement (May 14, 2001)
Humboldt Names Hans to Direct Community Relations (June 4, 2001)
Humboldt's Legacy Inspires Travel Literature Confab: Campus to Host Students, Scholars (June 4, 2001)
In Free Opener, Dell'Arte's Forrest Portrays Humboldt (June 15, 2001)
HSU Officials Satisfied with Resolutions of Infractions Case: NCAA (June 19, 2001)
Judge Rules in Favor of HSU on Behavioral and Social Sciences Building (June 21, 2001)
Art Legends Christo, Jeanne-Claude to Visit Humboldt (June 26, 2001)
Lagiss' Solo Show Offers "Spirit Boats" Monoprints: First Street Gallery Feature Eclectic Work (June 26, 2001)
Ocean Science for Children Comes with Trinidad Tides (June 27, 2001)
Summer Food Service Program for EOP, Upward Bound (June 29, 2001)
Art Academy Offers "Our Natural World" for Children (June 29, 2001)
Afro-Cuban Masters Bring Dances, Drums to Humboldt (July 13, 2001)
Finding Faults at the County Fair (August 10, 2001)
Humboldt Helps Probation Officers Extend Expertise (August 21, 2001)
McCrone Announces Plans to Retire as Humboldt's President (August 22, 2001)
On Passing the Torch, A Presidential Perspective (MA) (August 23, 2001)
Hardy Named Advancement Director at Humboldt State (August 31, 2001)
Humboldt Names Chemical Ecologist Scholar of the Year (September 10, 2001)
Humboldt State Campus Closes in Wake of Tragedy (September 11, 2001)
Humboldt State to Reopen, Hold Classes Tomorrow (September 11, 2001)
Building Sustainable Futures Topic of Free Public Lecture (September 14, 2001)
Art Faculty and Staff Exhibition at Reese Bullen Gallery (September 14, 2001)
Humboldt Hosts Orientation for Future Teachers (September 14, 2001)
Upward Bound Helps Students Shift to Academic Duty (September 18, 2001)
Art Academy Offers "Tools of the Painter" for Children (September 21, 2001)
Balloon Tract Perspectives by CR Professors at Gallery (September 27,2001)
Disruptive Topographies Series at First Street Gallery (September 27, 2001)
Staff Recognition Awards (September 27, 2001)
Golden Grads and Parents to Mark Homecoming and Family (September 27, 2001)
Humboldt Admissions Day - November 10, 2001 (October 9, 2001)
Humboldt Students Present Nature to St. Mary's Schoolchildren (MA) (October 10, 2001)
A.W. Ericson's Photography Preserved, on Exhibit at HSU (October 12, 2001)
Humboldt State Library Book, Map and CD Sale (October 17, 2001)
HSU Library Sale: Fresh off the Shelves (PSA) (October 17, 2001)
Mineralogy Maven to Offer Free Lectures at Humboldt State (October 17, 2001)
HSU Presidential Search Committee Formed (October 18, 2001)
Ford Escorts Targeted in Recent Car Burglaries (October 22, 2001)
Mathmagician Returns to Humboldt (October 23, 2001)
Dialogue on Race Continues for Fourth Year (October 26, 2001)
Sustainable Futures Series Brings Zuckerman Nov. 8 (November 1, 2001)
Swan Resigns from Athletic Director Post (November 5, 2001)
Humboldt, City, Arcata High Share in Stream Protection (November 8, 2001)
Boom Box Standing By to Protect Jolly Giant Creek (MA) (November 8, 2001)
Reese Bullen Gallery Exhibit Offers Metal Innovations (November 13, 2001)
Humboldt Invites Public to Observatory for Meteor Showers (November 13, 2001)
Arcata Mayor Next in Humboldt's Sustainable Series (November 16, 2001)
Student Holiday Exhibition at First Street Gallery (November 16, 2001)
Forums to be Held on Community Response to Terrorism (November 16, 2001)
USDA Food Program at Humboldt's Children's Center (November 28, 2001)
Humboldt Continues Series on Community Response to Terrorism (December 14, 2001)
Humboldt Bay Among Gifts on "CBS Sunday Morning" (December 18, 2001)
New Sediment Flume, Laser Scanner, Aid River Research (MA) (December 18, 2001)
New Laser-Linked Channel Sheds Light on Murky Waters (December 19, 2001)
Humboldt Takes Wildlife Trophy in National Quiz Bowl (December 21, 2001)
Washburn Outfoxes Penn State in SAF Quiz Bowl Finals (December 21, 2001)

2002

National Wildlife Foundation Names Humboldt Among (January 2, 2002)
HSU Adds to Murder Victim, Corey Clark, Reward (January 8, 2002)
Humboldt Hosts Service Learning Conference Feb. 22-24 (January 18, 2002)
CR to Offer Night Classes at HSU During Spring Semester (January 18, 2002)
Major Utilities Project Hits Home Stretch at HSU (January 24, 2002)
Exhibit of Humboldt's Retiring Printmaking Master at FSG (January 25, 2002)
Long Career of HSU Sculptor at FSG (January 25, 2002)
Mexican Diplomat to Speak Feb. 7 (January 25, 2002)
HSU's Ceramics Invitational Presents Five Who Fire (February 4, 2002)
Ceramics Invitational Showcases Alumni Artists (February 11, 2002)
First Nationals Feast Features Regional Cuisine and Art (February 15, 2002)
Diversity Conference Asks "Revolution or Evolution" (February 15, 2002)
Worldwide Welcome to International Culture Fest (February 15, 2002)
More Languages Equals More Friends at Language Academy (February 22, 2002)
Asphalt Nation Author Speaks March 14 (February 26, 2002)
HSU Presidential Candidates on Channel 13 (February 28, 2002)
Making it Happen Starts in Junior High (March 1, 2002)
Architect Hubble on Integration of Design, Landscape (March 4, 2002)
College, Making it Happen Offers Early Help (PSA) (March 4, 2002)
Rollin Richmond Named HSU's Next President (March 7, 2002)
HSU Offers "Economic Retrospective of 2001" (March 7, 2002)
Asphalt Nation Author Speaks March 14 (March 12, 2002)
Helping Vets Transfer from Active to Academic Duty (March 15, 2002)
Cortese to Offer Keys to Sustainable College March 28 (March 18, 2002)
Rollin Richmond Returns as HSU's President-Elect (MA) (March 20, 2002)
Darwin "Down Under" April 4 at HSU (March 27, 2002)
HSU to Welcome Hundreds to Preview April 12-13 (March 27, 2002)
Children to Take Cesar Chavez to Heart at HSU (March 27, 2002)
FSG Showcases Alumni Artists April 6-May 18th (April 2, 2002)
"Desire, Intrigue & Rocket Science" at FSG (April 2, 2002)
10th Anniversary Tour Takes on Quakes & Tsunamis (April 23, 2002)
Sustainability Talks Tackle Wastewater, Compost Toilets (April 25, 2002)
HSU's Next President Joins KHSU's Call-in Show (May 2, 2002)
Commencement 2002 (May 10, 2002)
HSU Commencement Ceremonies (MA) (May 10, 2002)
8 Grand Openings Matters of Interpretation (May 11, 2002)
Literacy Expert Myers on "Social Life of Knowledge" (May 13, 2002)
Taking on Conflicts: From Resolution to Prevention (May 16, 2002)
Willits Students Claim Honors at 43rd Math Tourney (May 17, 2002)
HSU Modelers Keep People Dry, Make International Splash (May 20, 2002)
With Nod to Biology's Legacy, HSU Awards Quartet (May 30, 2002)
Wells Fargo Gift in Rhythm with Cuban Music (June 6, 2002)
Del Norte's Blatnick Named to HSU Advisory Board (June 7, 2002)
Sustainability Symposium June 21-23 to Benefit CCAT (June 7, 2002)
Ocean Science for Children Comes with Trinidad Tides (June 28, 2002)
President Richmond's First Day at School (MA) (June 28, 2002)